I everyone I'm a new Versa owner since Oct 18, 2010. And I totally love it!! I do have one big question any of you other Versa owners that live in states were it snows, have you had problems opening your windows on very cold and icy days?
Welcome to the forum. Sounds to me like the windows were frozen shut have had it happen to every vehicle i own that has been left out in an ice storm or had water freeze on the side glass. No problem just thaw out the vehicle with the heater on high for a bit and carefully scrape the ice off the side windows same way you scrapw it off the windshield.
Turns out that my windows were just frozen, now I know to wait until the car is nice and toasty before trying to open the windows. But I'm one of these winter babies and even though I put the heat on I need to feel the cold on my face
Off subject =)
I think the older you get... the harder it is to deal with cold weather.
I remember I used to play tennis in 30F degree weather or went for a run at the park...now I feel like its not worth it.
Florida sounds like a good place to retire with a house that has a swimming pool ;-) $$$
im still young but i can understand what you are saying. i love the cold and winter but i couldnt honestly do it and i give props to everyone that lives in the snow and drives in it i tip my hat to everyone. but yeah fl is awsome great place to retire lol
My MkI Golfs/Rabbits were awesome for that...heat on feet and windshield, with some cool air thru vents. I miss that!
Ironically, when it gets cold and stays cold, windows and doors are no problem cuz no melting and re-freezing. And roads stay nice and dry too.
Welcome to NVF! More pics! 08v
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