Welcome aboard Angie, tomorrow is gonna be one of your best days in your life, thats for sure. What trim and what colour is your new ride? How about posting some pics? Coming back to your query - The radio is easy to operate in comparison with all the other gadgets available in DS4.
It sure does, it's not easy to get used to all of those little gagdets, takes time; I used to make a hand move once I have pulled off to apply the hand brake, it applies automatically though... there are still things I'm not fully familar with after almost two years of driving it! So still learning the car.
I smile when I see folk expressing concern about the sharp brake response in the DS4. They are sharper than some cars, but you get used to them, just as I got used to driving a Citroen GSA in the 1980s. The brake pedal in that car was more or less a button and for the first few weeks the brakes were either almost locking the wheels or were off. In comparison the DS4 brakes are mushy!
I can honestly say the braking has not been an issue for me ˜Š and I think I've sussed all the gadgets including the radio....I'm still to see another on the road though they seem as rare as rocking horse [email protected]#! Lol
Hi all another newbie I picked up my new 64 plate 1.6 e-HDI 115 DStyle Airdream ETG6 in Wisper Purple it was well worth the 10 weeks wate as mine had to be built and came off production line mid-November and I took delivery on the 11th December what a fantastic Chrustmas pressie˜ƒ I'm over the moon with my choice of colour and model.