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    ...you get in your Beema on a cold day and turn on the heated seats? 👍😁

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    For a certain person that moment is filled with fear and he now wears asbestos underpants
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    Think i'll pass , my cloth is usually warm and comfy as soon as i get in

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinlee View Post
    ...you get in your Beema on a cold day and turn on the heated seats?

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    Now you're rubbing it in bonus if you had heated steering wheel.
     
     

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    Heated seats yes, bliss this time of year, but only for a few mins, heated steering wheel would just be too weird, cheapest way into them is oddly some Corsa's....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by thanatoid View Post
    Heated seats yes, bliss this time of year, but only for a few mins, heated steering wheel would just be too weird, cheapest way into them is oddly some Corsa's....
    I got a heated wheel as part of the comfort pack, it's nice for a few minutes but not something I'd miss. It is a bit weird!
     
     

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    I've always thought the gearstick and handbrake would be more worthy of heating, the steering wheel warms up from your hand but they're constantly cold.
     
     

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    Love my heated seats, 1st time I've had them and it's so nice on the lower back.

    I don't have the heated wheel, but I can imaging that is nice after scraping the windscreen on a frosty morning.


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    Talking to a 4.4 v8 cayenne (big 4x4 porsche?) owner over w/e, he had heated steering wheel that appeared to come on of it's own accord, then stay on far too long.... so if you see them wandering about a bit on a cold morning, now you know why :-)
     
     

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    I think they should make the sports button heated... And be illuminated in red when on. 😂

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