Cool option! Can I get it retrofitted?walter wrote:It's the eject passenger button standard on 2012's
I missed the CW at the end and I only looked at the options section of the sicker. You think it would have been listed as an option and not standard....but I guess it is standard on the CW version. Missed the section with the heated battery, steering wheel and seats. It was dark and they were trying to kick me out to lock up when I was there. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.LEAFer wrote:I went by to take a closer look today.
2011 Nissan LEAF SL CW
But you don't really need an excuse Glad to help ! I was curious myself.palmermd wrote:It was dark and they were trying to kick me out to lock up when I was there. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.
Thanks for the update.
That's what we thought when we took a test drive -- one thing I'd be curious of is if somewhere on the dash they indicate that a seat heater is in use or simply glancing over at the side of the passenger seat will clearly show it's on (by a light illuminating, it's position or both)??kmp647 wrote:Nice that they put it there. Gives the driver the control over use of that feature.
rear seat passengers can reach it and if they leave it on you can turn it off from the drivers seat.
if the switch was in the way back, a careless passenger could leave it on and you might forget about it.
I think it heats the bottom cushions in the back only. Not the upper seat back