Winter driving I must conserve where I can on my 28 mile commute driving 80 mph in mid 20 degree temps.I just leave mine on. It’s been on for weeks now.
The answer either is “NO”, or that isn’t a priority for Toyota. On the Subaru OB I traded for the Prime, the switch was on the steering wheel, where it was easily accessible. So many things are terrific on the Prime but dumb stuff like info/media and placement are subpar. But not horrible, just annoying. Try driving a VW ID4 if you want to experience the worst controls and infotainment system imaginable. These things can really hurt vehicle driveability.Too many junior engineers designing cars with no peer review...
Doesn't anyone sit in the car, and see how it all works out before a design is approved?
Oh Canada. You have a beautiful country. We visited Alberta.I don't turn it off in winter, no problem, move to mid-Canada. I am SOOOOO glad it stays on when you restart the vehicle!!
Fred,I know that the button is left of the furthest right button and can turn on or off by feel.
Oh Canada. You have a beautiful country. We visited Alberta.
20 degrees Fahrenheit is cold enough for me in Utah can’t imagine 20 below Canada weather. I would leave heated seats and steering wheel on all the time to with those frigid temps.