Not sure if it will be full-time headlights. Most likely it will headlights running in DRL mode (Most Benz's allow programming daytime running light mode which runs at lower intensity than headlights).The service folks at Classic-Tyler are hard at work with their STAR computer trying to give Lisa the full time headlights that she wants. Stay tuned.
Note: Leave headlight switch in "A" for automatic mode. Never need to remember to turn lights on or off. Automatic lights is feature standard on all premium cars today..
We are spoiled by 12 1/2 years of full time lights all around without having to remember to turn them on or off.
1. There might be a reason (or several reasons) why everybody is ( consistently too) missing the point.You and everyone else miss the point. Unless the headlights AND tailights are on at some level of illumination, we are going to most annoyed. The "A" setting doesn't suffice if only the little bulbs are on. The way I read the literature, this is not what happens on the GLK. I hope that I am wrong.
EPIC FAIL!On my AMG Package GLK with DRL:
"A" for me (See page 102 of Owners Manual):
1) turns on the main low-beam (non-high beam) headlamps @ sundown & leaves them on until daylight.
2) The DRL are on when the position 2 & 3 are turned on the ignition or basically when the car is turned on.
1. There might be a reason (or several reasons) why everybody is ( consistently too) missing the point.
2. Trivial annoyance is one thing, safety is another and much more important to Mercedes Benz. Running taillights for example in daytime is a bad practice from a safety standpoint.
3. In short in the automatic mode (in bright daylight), the lights run in DRL mode (yes the little LEDs) for safety reasons.
4. Note: I was responding to "We are spoiled by 12 1/2 years of full time lights all around without having to remember to turn them on or off." which is addressed by use of the "A" automatic lights mode.
Since placing our order I have paid particular attention to oncoming M-B autos & SUVs. The little LED strips suffer from two disqualifying defects: Too low to the ground. Too little light. Audi's string of pearls along the lower edge of the headlight covers work much better.