So this expensive van does not have Homelink garage buttons. My mom's 2002 Dakota had those. Also missing is any form of on board 4G LTE. It's got these entertainment screens but no built in way to play a DVD/Blu Ray or have high speed data. You have to tether to a hotspot/tablet.
I cleared enough room in the garage for this longer vehicle and pulled it in last night. It knew i was pulling into a garage and turned on a front view camera as well as the 360 birds eye cam. Very cool and high res video of what is in front and on the sides. You would have to be extremely careless to crash this thing in a parking situation.
Auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink is a $350 option. One would think that this day and age it would be included by all automakers on mid-level trims and higher.
There are even some luxury brands that do not offer standard Homelink on some models.
In terms of on board wifi, I think many automakers just assume that people can use their smartphones as mobile hotspots if they need wifi in their car. My Chevy has on board 4G LTE and I have never activated it. The car will be 6 years old next week.