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Is a slight hesitation normal when you push on the gas at cruising speeds? I noticed when I step on the gas just a bit the car hesitates for 1/2 a second then goes. It has plenty of power after the hesitation. Seems to happen no matter what speed I'm at even at 20 MPH and below as well as higher speeds (30, 40 , 50, 70, etc..). I get the same results no matter what mode I'm in (E, T, sport). Anyone else seeing this?

Also I noticed my heated seats barely get warm (both drivers side and passenger). I had them on 'high' this morning for 10 minutes and wasn't sure if they were working. I guess they felt a little (very little) warm but not even sure. I know my other cars will burn your butt and you feel the heat only after 2-3 minutes....

The last observation is the car fogs up really easy. Guessing due to the small cabin. Have to keep the defrost on low.

Still under 100 miles so not sure what is normal and what is not.

Thanks in advance!

-gregb
 

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Check with your dealer there has been some software updates for these cars. I've seen the heated seat issue before and it's usually just an update that is needed.
 

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1). The cooled seats have a thick mesh in them to give the fans space to blow air. Could be this mesh keeps the seat heaters spaced away from our rear end and keeps the seats from being as warm as we are used to on other cars..

2). Is it likely the momentary hesitation in throttle kick down is actually from the v4 going back to v8 operation and the acceleration we are seeking?


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