Me three!LeoLegendATL said:I have heated mirrors.
The only thing worth on the LS versus the L is in my opinion (what I would want):otterizer said:I'm looking at an L Sedan right now, 110k miles, manual, for $6000, but no other details. It is black. Can someone tell me what makes the L different from the LS?
In a sedan power passenger seat would not be a hassle at allasianlegend said:
Why I would not want the other components of the LS:
A) The Powered Front Passenger Seat is not worth it in my opinion. It's hard enough and slow enough to manuever the driver's power seat to allow rear occupants to get out, in the event the passenger side is inaccessible.
B) The heated seats are nice, but as I've discovered with using my L is, I use that cup holder a lot and when the cup starts sweating, it'll start dripping and it just so happens to be that it drips in that area where the heated seats controls are. With me and my paranoia, I'm afraid that it'll just short-circuit and thus, no more heated seats.
C) Upgraded BOSE System. Perhaps, but if I want to replace the speakers using the OEM system, I have to only use Bose or other 2-ohm speakers (which aren't that many and don't sound good with the Bose processing).
Don't you hate the midwest....WhiteLegend said:
Obviously you don't live in a place that's buried under 4 foot of snow 4 month out of the year.
Its true, sometimes I wish my LS Coupe power seats had a manual override lever. It takes too long at times to move teh seat around. But thats okay Also, while I agree that the BOSE Premium is nothing special, it isn't really any harder than any other stereo system to upgrade. I've upgraded mine with no problems. I've use the stock head unit with signal processors, amps, speakers, Alpine CD changers and what not.WhiteLegend said:
In a sedan power passenger seat would not be a hassle at all
also the heated seats switches would not short out because of dripping from the cups, it's just not possible, maybe if you spill a whole cup of drink on it.
IMO the upgraded BOSE system is actually a downgrade, it's a peice of crap to begin with and it's inability for upgrade is just a hassle.
It helps quite a bit in areas in the morning where there is dew on your car and on the mirrors or in cases of extreme cold weather (i.e. winter season in everywhere but SoCal, especially North to North-East). It looks better than wiping it and leaving watermarks on your mirrors . It's like your defroster removing that film of water off from the inside of your windows. It removes it seemlessly leaving no mark or trace!rquest77 said:i got heated mirrors too...
but i never use them.. what's the point?????