Heated seats

My 12 year old niece flew into Perth for the first time yesterday in a year, our not having seen her due to the state being locked till a month ago due to protect against COVID-19. Typical, my back injury from many years ago also decided to flare up that same morning, but I was determined to see her, applying heat and cold packs before heading out.

When I bought my BMW X1 in February one feature I was told it had was heated seats. At the time I thought these would hardly be a feature we’d need in Perth, it’s a place that hardly classed as reaching cold. Well, my back still sore I decided I’d try these out driving to dinner an hour away, all I can say is these are heavenly, I only wish they came with a massage setting too.

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