Katzkin heated seats are a way to make up for your biggest complaint. I'm in Buffalo, NY with a XLT SR and I've been wondering how no heated seats will be this winter, since it's been 15+ years since I've owned a car without them. Step one will be to try to tough it out, if that fails, step two will be Katzkin.Yeah I thought about it, less than elegant solution though. If I can find some kit that I can install into the seats that might be okay. It is honestly more of the 'wtf man' feeling about it, particularly when I don't feel like there was that much added going from pro to XLT (I also originally thought the XLT base got the 15" screen, so that at least felt like a reasonable upgrade).
Heated seats aren’t too difficult for a decent upholstery shop to add. I’m going to miss the heated steering wheel from my Silverado.FFS this is what I think may make me sell my truck I'm going to get tomorrow. I did not realize my $55k XLT didn't have that as standard until like a month ago. I'm in the NE so heated seats are almost considered a must.
https://fordauthority.com/2022/08/2022-ford-f-150-lightning-production-update-ditches-two-features/I didn't have the removal option selected when I ordered my Pro. As far as my order shows, it's coming with scales in Autumn of 2023.
"However, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is ditching two of its features amid the chip shortage and various other supply issues – On-Board Scales and Smart Hitch."
Fair enough.You can order it with whatever you want, but they may require you remove it or it may not get scheduled to build. Don't be terribly surprised if you don't get scheduled.