????? Ummm I don't have that option? We are talking about MKC here right? I know the new Escapes have the option to show the current speed as numbers in their center... but I have looked many times and have not seen any such option on my 2015 MKC.Ray: Yes, in the Center Display.
How do you make it appear then? I tried everything and can't find that option.????? Ummm I don't have that option? We are talking about MKC here right? I know the new Escapes have the option to show the current speed as numbers in their center... but I have looked many times and have not seen any such option on my 2015 MKC.
Please clarify... (I know you can see your supposed set cruise speed in the right hand gauge, but this is totally different then the OP's question).
MKC is the wife's, was not available for me to check. I thought I recalled it had been show'n to us the night of delivery, but that was three months ago. Sorry I was incorrect. My 99 Continental had it, I didn't care for it. My Jeep has it in center, I never display it. Jeep also has digital speed next to posted speed in NAV lower right, I like that but, they deleted it in current models. Back to MKC, Wife said I'm mistaking seeing the Km speedometer display inside of the Speedometer which we have turned off. Or thinking of the digital cruise speed on speedometer gauge side, which I used one day on the second weekend only to see how good it was.
There was a time, ~60 years ago, when one of the options you could order was a more accurate speedometer, one that was within 5% instead of the default within 10%...I feel we should hold the manufacturer to higher standards.
I took my MKC to the Ford dealer for its first oil change. I ask them to check the speedometer; explaining to them it was two to three MPH off. They confirmed that is was off and had no fix for it. They are looking into it; to see if there is any service bulletins on it. When I want to do 55 MPH I set my cruise control to 57 or 58 MPH. I also keep an eye on my Garmin.As said before, my speedometer reads 62 and car is actually going 60...verified by my GPS-based radar detector. Also, if cruise is set at 62, car is going 60.
On my '13 ford C-Max with 25K miles (tires more than half worn) the same issue, except the difference is about 1.5 MPH, as best I can tell.
Maybe a "Ford" thing, overstating the MPH. I bet the odometer reads high accordingly...therefore overstating the real gas mileage!
My prior Honda products ('08 Fit, '05 Odyssey) read high likewise.