$300 for the to replace the tires before the lease is up?
What kind of insurance is this? I'd read the fine print carefully.
You're saying that they're telling you that if you pay them $300 now, they'll pay you $1000 later.
Instead of re-mounting tires I got 18" wheels and snow tires for my ATS - and sure the stock 'summer only' runflats are grippy - but they're loud, ride terribly (the car rides MUCH better with lighter rims and non-runflats... the mag suspension makes more of a difference in both normal and sport mode) AND as mentioned they have terrible treadwear and very low tread. I assume they'll last me 6000 miles at best as they can't be rotated.
It took care replacing an EMT tire on the '04, a PS2 on the '09 and fixing a bent rim on the '09. No questions, no issues...
Now if you do not have paddle shifter on you current steering wheel and buy the one with them will they be functional ?? Cause then I'm sold ..
tried this, the paddles don't work. i have to figure out if it is programming related or a hardwire that is missing from the transmission tunnel.
Here is the Camaro how to thread. I think if you can buy an ATS steering wheel with the paddles installed, I bet it is only going be a software update.
Does anyone know if the ATS uses a similar BCM like the Camaro? Also anyone have access to the GM Techline website? I bet if someone looked this up, we might find an easy software update that the dealer could do, and I would happily pay for the update.
We just installed a suede wheel on one of the cars here in the dealership. Very nice. Not sure if I prefer it over the leather wheel as our leather is so incredibly soft. But looks great none the less.
I much prefer alcantera in our Mustang to the leather.
But I think the ATS alcantera wheel is unattractive because of the high gloss surfaces in the spokes. I don't believe any designer would set out to create that combination. From a feel standpoint, its would be much superior (if you can get past the looks). Fortunately I am spared the decision because they don't even sell the Alcantera in brownstone.
Last edited by Hoosier Daddy; 06-20-13 at 08:04 PM.
Not digging it from the photos. Looks out of place. Something I would have to see in person. I'm sure it feels real nice!
How can I order one? It's not on the GM accessories website. Did they took it down?
Also, does it work with the heated wheel option? I see the button on the wheel in that car, but that could be the stock buttons....