Do your search and find out, but this is from vw.com under TDI spec's so it should be there.So, the regular 2011 Jetta TDI Sedans come with front heated seats? Great!
thats just not right, a saleperson should know what they are selling. When i bought my Jetta it was too new and dealer had no clues about the options, but i asked my sales guy and he did the search for me and got back to me after a day. I wanted to know what the 17's looked like before i bought the car and he was very helpful. The jetta has been out there for about 3 months now so there is no reason why sales ppl havent looked at what they are selling.I have been to three stealerships here in my area and have not come across a salesperson that had done any research on the 2011's sitting in their showroom... If they even picked up a brochure or went to their own website they would know the basics. I just don't get it!
The 2011 TDIs only hit US lots at the end of December, but that is still no excuse for customers knowing more about a product than sales people.not fully true i bought mine on the 18th of december so mid december for south texas and YES i did know more about the car than the sales guy he was shocked that i knew more about it haha he was telling me if i wanted leather seats and sunroof and i told him The car already comes with that off the bat and his eyes peeled when he said ohh ohh yea haha stupid sales guy
LOL the heating should be doing this on TDIs for obvious reasons (at least the MK4s). Do newer TDIs have a separate heater that doesn't use the engine heat?I hate how the heated seats reset to the off status when the car is shut down. Its a minor pain to turn them on every day for 5 months (Canada).