Thanks. Its not normal or shouldn't be I'd the controls shows it on. Wasn't that big of a deal when the wife was driving it daily, but it has been passed down to me for my daily driver. LOL"...Anyone else notice this? "
Yes, my '13 was like that. I seem to recall being surprised once in a while that the seat would be warm, but it usually acted as your does. I never looked into whether it was normal or not... I could live with it, so malfunction or not, life went forward.
Yes, it can take a while, but it is extremely slow to heat compared to my '17 Ram (cloth seats though) and the '21 Honda CRV heated seats (leather). It used to be much hotter and quicker.When it's that cold outside, it could take a good while before the seat will heat up without your body weight smashing it all together to get the heat up through the padding and the seat covering. Just a thought.
Mine goes on with remote start and is indicated as such, but if I start the car and get in before say like 5 minutes goes by, the seat will still feel cold. Within a few seconds I can start feeling the warmth and then within a minute or two it'll be nice and toasty.
My daughter drives one of those! I drove it a bit around Nags Head, NC. Of course I didn't notice any heated anything, since I vacation there in summer. But I was seriously annoyed by the audio enunciation of everything. Those is supposed to be safety features? They just about cause me to jump out of my hide!Yeah, my wife's 2022 Hyundai Palisade has CRAZY good heated seats and steering wheel.