POINT BEING there is a wonderfully simple solution to the lack of a low washer fluid indicator. And I'm not referring to trying to install one.Surely there are plenty of indicators and features you might want to get rid off. "Check engine" for example. First, it says nothing and may mean nothing. Second, if you take care of your engine, inspect it, pay attention to leaks, change oil, spark plugs, washers and filters regularly, you can forget about it."Hand brake" warning... You can always check if you have pulled it up or not, can't you? And this stupid "low fuel" alert - don't you remember when you last filled up? The current trip meter should be enough... These constant scoldings here about one stupid LED make me laugh. Why don't you complain about all the other electronical nunnies modern cars come with? Such a crusade might be interesting...
As I said before, there will always be the people who will do with four wheels and not much more, looking for "pure driving experience" - for each his own... I don't mind any indicators unless they go off for no reason or say nothing.
I DO own a number of classics that don't have check engine lights, parking brake warning lights or low fuel lights in addition, believe it or not, no low washer fluid light! And I have NOT ONCE been stranded by "unexpectedly" running out of washer fluid.
Look, all joking aside, the simple fact is the US versions of these cars don't have a low fluid indicator. Take appropriate action to deal with it.