Finally the must awaited Ford B max Titanium 1.0 Ecoboost arrived and my first impression is the car is solid and well build. The interior is the new 2016 version slightly different but nothing so drastic.
The changes are few but as you can see from the picture the centre facia is slightly different. Unfortunately I can tell you exactly because I don't had a previous model but from the photos that I saw and from the articles on the internet Ford already is rolling the new changes on the B max. The tyre rim are slightly different as well although they kept the same 15inch - 10 spoke but the shape is different.
I have ask for you: When you used climate automatic (not air condition) only fan with heating or cold , with select diretion foot well, the air esc only under or also the two slits above the dashboard? (those near the small overlapping windows on the sides of the windshield)? I have bmax titanium with system air condition like your bmax. Edited by: marino28
I'm not understanding your question but the difference between AC and climate control in cars is the below:
It's important to be able to control the temperature inside your car's cabin. During the summer, you need air conditioning to ensure comfort and safety, and during the winter, you'll need heat for the same reason. However, different cars have drastically different systems that achieve these goals. If you're confused about the difference between climate control and air conditioning, you're not alone.<h3 style="-sizing: border-; font-family: proxima-nova, Avenir, Helvetica-Neue, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; line-height: 26px; color: rgb55, 61, 81; margin: 45px 0px 15px; font-size: 22px; : rgb250, 251, 252;">The difference between air conditioning and climate control</h3>Air conditioning refers to manual control of the temperature of the air pumped into the cabin, as well as the speed of the fan. This is what most cars have ""“ you manually turn on the air conditioner, select the temperature you want, and adjust the fan speed. Depending on your make and model, your passengers might have their own controls to achieve this (dual zone operation).Climate control is different. This is a more advanced, computerized system. It basically automates everything, meaning that you don't control it manually (although you can manually override the computer). While these systems are more common on high-end luxury cars, they're beginning to make appearances in lower-end vehicles as well.Basically, these systems require you to do nothing more than set the desired temperature in the cabin. The car's computer then uses a range of interior and exterior temperature sensors to adjust the temperature of the air blown into the cabin, as well as the fan speed in order to keep the cabin temperature correct.There are a number of different such systems on the market, and they all work in slightly different ways depending on the automaker in question, as well as the make and model
Let me explain (using google): with or without air conditional turned on, by selecting the airflow under the feet the air exits (depending on the speed of the fan) from the slots above the dashboard, intended for those at the sides that are not they can close. This creates a current to the side windows up to the arms and the body is not at all good for them. No air comes out of these slots only if you select the front vents (which does not use). This "problem" may depend on what? You may be making an intervention to solve the problem?
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