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When I had a test drive the other week, I noticed that the view through the Drivers mirror seem to make images larger than that of the Passengers.

Looked this up and according to the manual, it is Flat on Drivers and Convex on the Passengers.

To those owners, have you found this distracting or in any way hampering at all?

Are there any advantages?
 

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I have this setup with no problems at all. This is the standard for all cars sold in the USA and has been for quite a while. The passenger side mirror on these cars should be engraved with the statement "objects in mirror are closer than they appear".
 

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I have this setup with no problems at all. This is the standard for all cars sold in the USA and has been for quite a while. The passenger side mirror on these cars should be engraved with the statement "objects in mirror are closer than they appear".
Thanks for the clarification.

First time I have seen this on all the cars I have ever owned.
 

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this feature of outside rear-view mirrors has also been like this on Canadian vehicles for a very long time.
 
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