Posted by Jay Pichardo
Posted on January 4, 2011, in 2011, 2012, Beetle, CC, Diesel, EOs, GLI, Golf, Golf R, GTI, Jetta, Passat, Routan, Tiguan, Touareg. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
Thats something that have to have if lives here in finland. At the time in Helsinki we have about 70cm snow. And coming more… =) now temperature is only -10 but in the northern finland it’s -35… celcius.
I can’t live without my MKVI Golf’s heated seats I’m in FL and use em even during the summer; feels great for the back.
I have the heated washer nozzles on my VW Golf as well, but how do they work? Do they just turn on automatically when you turn some other heating element on in your car or is it all based on temperature?
Doesn’t the TDI’s have some kind of electric heater since it takes longer for them to heat up in the winter? I feel warm air coming from my (2010 Golf TDI heater) within 5 mins after I start it up!
Keep up the good work!
Any photos of the 2012 CC?
looks the same on the outside
I’d like to know more about the heated washer nozzles too …
keep the tips from freezing and getting clogged with ice
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