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      11-26-2012, 04:09 AM   #23
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On my E Class the nav uses the sensor in the windscreen to change to night mode, so even if the lights come on it doesn't always switch, so if it rains for example the headlights come on but the nav stays in day mode, only when it actually gets dark outside will it switch.
Also, the brightness setting has a memory for day and night, so I have it on +5 for day and -5 for night.

There is also a light sensor in the unit too, so the brightness adjust again depending on how bright it is in the cabin.

Really, really nice system.
Same on the SLK. Although I find it a bit strange that the headlights come "ON" but the buttons on the dash don't get backlit until the Nav screen goes to night mode.
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      11-27-2012, 05:18 PM   #24
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I am sure my nav used to dim with the auto lights - 2006 335i iDrive.
I remember a tick box for it in a menu?
But - its been a while
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