I love having the mph/kph button as when I drive into Canada I can see my real speed more easily than reading the little yellow numbers on my older Corolla. And on my 1970 VW Type III there weren't any kph markings at all, I had to just match the speed of the cars around me.coloradospringsprius said:I've always thought it was odd that, in a car with so few actual buttons on the dashboard, that was one of them. I think the engineers put it there as a twisted gag.
Maybe they're something wrong with yours... Mine displays miles just fine :twisted:spitsnrovers said:I also love the Km vs Mile button when I drive into the USA! However, I feel Toyota goofed by not also converting the odometer. When your map says its 5 miles to the exit you want, would be nice to know when you've gone the 5 miles, rather than calculating 8km.
I don't know. We don't have kilometers down here in Florida, only miles so that's all my car's been driven. :wink:spitsnrovers said:Hey melgish, I'll bet the 'something wrong with mine' is the exact inverse of something wrong with yours! Bet yours doesn't display kilometers. :roll: