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Old 06-15-2019, 11:06 AM   #11
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Upper 90's with a dozen or so triple digit days and usually 6x% humidity to boot. It's oppressive and if you aren't careful it's debilitating.
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Today we had a maximum of 65 with humidity varying from 70 - 80%.
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I've been to Florida 5 times, with the car parked in the sun all day, it's physically impossible to get in the car without starting the engine and having the ac blasting for a few minutes. I remember burning my legs on the leather once, it's that hot it takes your breath away if you get straight in!
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Yes, not much different than Houston. I've decided on white with a beige interior. Friday after lunch I went by the dealer. I walked around the lot for 5 minutes or so and as a test I put my hand on the roof of the cars. Black almost burned immediately. Blue, red and gray were unpleasantly hot in 1-2 seconds. Silver was maybe 3-4 seconds to intolerable but the white you could put your hand on and leave as long as you wanted. The difference between black and light seats is very significant too.

It will have Hyundai's Blue Link system which will let me use my phone to set the A/C and heat remotely from pretty much anywhere. It will also have the cross traffic alert which I don't have now and satellite radio as well. It also has a wireless charging pad. I've been debating a new phone and if/when I get it that will be nice to have. The only downside is no LED lights but I don't want to spend around $4k more for that trim level plus that also adds a stupid sunroof that mine will thankfully not have.
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