LeftieBiker wrote: ↑
Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:58 pm
... Er, it does have electric heat...right?
EDIT: as best I can tell, no electric heater at all in the PHEV, and no heated steering wheel in either car. Figures.
So it's about a 5 month EV only car in my state
This was a main reason I test drove but quickly crossed the Ford C-Max PHEV off my list and shortly after ended up purchasing a new Leaf.
Living in the North I just can't see why heated steering wheels are so rare or only available on upper upper trim models. I've said it before but it was a major selling point to me(and heated rear seats) of the Leaf, and the lowly S model I got, a base
car with a heated steering wheel and rear seat warmers, sign me up
We also made $50 test driving a vehicle, it was a couple years ago when I was looking at the Chrysler Pacifica PHEV. Went to drive one but of course they had no PHEVs, those you had to special order
well drove the ICE version and while it was roomy it was just too much a bus for me to see driving for a daily driver.