Welcome to the Forum! I see this is your first post.Any idea why these are not available for cars destined for the U.S. as opposed to CDA?
Funny thing is Canada gets ventilated seats that help cool down your body. In Florida, all we get are heated seats?Acura does not generally let you add individual options like this to a vehicle. They package everything into a trim level and that's it. I think the reason you only get it on Canadian models is that everyone in Canada will want/use these features. In the US, many people will rarely if ever use them and will not want to pay for them.
A little bizarre...Funny thing is Canada gets ventilated seats that help cool down your body. In Florida, all we get are heated seats?
Welcome to the Forum! I see this is your first post.I'm presently seriously considering a TLX. This is one of the things that bothers me. For a car in this class (price) not to include a heated steering wheel, power steering wheel adjustment and power folding side mirrors as standard equipment, let alone not even being offered, tends to cheapen it. My 2005 Maxima came with these items standard. It won't be a factor in my final decision, but it does put me off a bit.
Just remember that the speedometer is in KPH and the Temps are measured in Celsius.Thanks.
Actually, my daughter's a student at the Univ. @ Buffalo. The thought occurred to cross the border during a visit and purchasing an elite model in Canada (the heated windshield sounds nice too). Don't know if that's possible or what kind of taxes are involved.
I'm pretty sure you guys drive on the same side of the road as we do.
Acura should rethink this one. We do have winter in the US.