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      12-19-2012, 05:17 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Vreimann View Post
I will agree that they are designed for the temperature, but I can tell you just driving around town in both vehicles that the gas one is doing much better in the heating of the cabin department.

On the highway I would probably not think of adding a cover, but my driving is essentially city traffic and shorter distances and -40 is as nasty as the number implies.
Then it becomes a personal option. And to that there should be no arguments.
Is it technically needed, no. Do you feel better doing it, yes. Your choice!

Most 335d sold in severe winter areas have the 'cold weather package' (heated seats and steering) that certainly adds thermal confort to cabin in extreme situations.

I probably cannot be considered as a standard sample for users, as my cabin temp set up is 62F
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