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I got the the heated stearing wheel for my 6MT model, but it came with black stitching and the dealer charged $850 to buy and install it.Nice. I am hoping that the heated wheel has stitching that matches the rest of the interior depending on what color you went with. (I know it's a minor quibble, but I'd be a little bummed if they all came with black stitching as a one-size-fits-all solution.)
Yeah… that stings a bit. The heated wheel was not available at the dealership when I purchased the car; I may tough it out this winter and see if color-matched stitching options become available later on. (Canada gets ‘em standard on the A-Spec Tech, so they technically do exist!)I got the the heated stearing wheel for my 6MT model, but it came with black stitching and the dealer charged $850 to buy and install it.
Same, tbh.I think someone (maybe more than one person) was trying to source one through Canada with color-matched stitching and it sounded like they weren't getting very far. If someone shared a way to get one, I'd probably order.
This.not a full-on luxury sedan
Wait, what? You managed to get an integra with leather? I've still not heard back from katzkin about replacing these horrible seats with actual leather, so if there's another option, I'd love to hear about it!It's only slightly more luxurious than my 10 year older Ford C-Max (it has leather!)
LOL - The Ford has leather seating surfaces. Yep, wish I could have had it in my Integra, but I'm not sure I would pay $1500 more for it.an integra with leather?
Ummm... that's a bizarre comparison. Who on earth would cross-shop these two cars? And, also, how do 90s cars relate to the current ones?As sweet a car that the early 90s Legend is, not many (no one in their right mind!) would claim it is the equal of the contemporary Mercedes E-Class.
Thank you! I pride myself on the bizarre!bizarre comparison