Well at least you have heated seats.RipRocK said:-24 Celsius, which converts to -11 Fahrenheit. But, with the windchill factor, about -32C. And that's during the daytime! It's supposed to go down to -33C tonight (-27F), but I really don't want to find out if my Pilot can read that low.
Anyone know what the lowest and the highest temperature the temp gauge on the Pilot is capable of reading? I'm interested to know now.
Oh, BTW, for those of you complaining about your cold and miserable weather; why do you mock me so??
LOL. Actually, my wife and I passed on leather precisely because of the bone chilling temperatures we get here. Sometimes these low temperatures continue for a week or two. If there was heating available for fabric seats, we would've taken it in a heartbeat.havasu said:
Well at least you have heated seats.
You deserve them!