Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: new york
Drives: Sorento 2014 SXL AWD
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I leave my Sorento 2014 on "auto" for the lights, but I noticed that the lights don't go on if there's enough light outside.
I read in the manual that we have daytime running lights when the car is not in "park", but I've never seen these come on.
Do you have to manually turn on your headlights in the day?
|The K900 is fitted with LED lighting throughout. Inside, indirect white light with red accents create a serene ambiance. Outside, the available Adaptive Front Lighting System offers full LED headlights that rotate up to 12 degrees based on the car’s movement, speed and steering—helping to providing precise illumination when you need it most.|
I continue to be surprised that DRL's are not standard equipment in the U.S. They have been a requirement for Canadian cars for 20 odd years now as a result of lots of documentation that they make a difference, reducing head on type collisions in particular.
Canada usually follows U.S. legislated safety changes.
This has been an odd exception. It seems some car makers do make them standard as often see DRL's on cars when travelling in the U.S.
Don't know why they all don't rather than having to build this difference into their assembly lines for cars for sale in Canada vs U.S.
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