I can confirm that it snows in Australia and we have a flourishing snow industry at places like Falls Creek, Mount Buller and Mount Hotham contrary to popular belief. What’s stupid is that Holden doesn’t offer the cooled seats in Australia.astraowner wrote: ↑Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:40 pmThis just makes it even more stupid.aaaaplay wrote: ↑Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:32 pm
I can confirm my Australian spec RS-V had an option for auto heated seats but I don’t have rear heated seats. So it’s very possible!
I have all the hardware for traffic sign recognition but it’s not enabled in my market because Holden chose not to enable it on Astra’s. Even though I have adaptive cruise and lane assist.
But i guess that it might be because it's always hot in Australia, so no one would pay for automatic heated seats if they were not standard.
In Scandinavia where i live, that feature is actually usable, so we have to pay for it.
Oh boy i am looking forward to when/if someone crack the VCI code stuff and makes it possible to enable features on these cars.
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Well you learn something every day.
My vision of Australia is hot weather, sunny beaches and koala's and kangaroos at every streetcorner
From what i have read, the seat cooling option is not really that good, as it is just a fan under seat that blows air up from below.
2016 Astra K 110HP, Opel Eye camera, front and rear parking sensors, dual zone climate control and heated front seats, sight and light pack.