Last post on Sep 24, 2011 at 9:01 PM
You are in the Ford Fusion/Mercury Milan
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Mercury Milan, Ford Fusion, Sedan
#5814 of 5819 Re: another idea for feature-rain protection [pod]
Sep 23, 2011 (5:50 am)
I said it would be a neat feature, but from a practical standpoint a sunshade and vent visors with the windows cracked an inch or so would do the same thing as far as reducing interior temps and providing ventilation.
#5815 of 5819 Rain protection
Sep 23, 2011 (9:28 am)
For what that feature would add to the price of the vehicle you could probablly just opt for the remote start. That way, assuming you have a 2010 Fusion or newer, you could open the front windows, vent the moonroof, and start the car with the air on using the standard key fob from the 18th fairway and have a nice cool cabin when you finally get to the car.
#5816 of 5819 Re: another idea for feature-rain protection [pod]
Sep 23, 2011 (11:41 am)
I leave my vehicles out without the windows or sunroof open. I have always done this. I live in Tennessee where the temperatures have been from 93 to 100 the entirety of the summer. I have never had any of the issues you list. My CDs don't melt; my dash does not get damaged. Of course, I would never leave a soda can in the vehicle and, certainly, never an animal.
#5817 of 5819 If you want those features
Sep 23, 2011 (6:49 pm)
Get an MKS. We have one and it does exactly what you asked for. Press and hold the door open and the windows go down, sunroof opens. Press and hold lock and they all close.
#5818 of 5819 Re: If you want those features [acdii]
Sep 24, 2011 (12:45 pm)
He wants it to do it automatically if it senses rain.
#5819 of 5819 Re: If you want those features [akirby]
Sep 24, 2011 (9:01 pm)
Anything can be done with enough money.