St.Jude Posted March 2 Share Posted March 2 It occurred to me today, when it was a bit moist and I had to drive my wife’s Merc, that electric adjustable seats must be the most useless feature of a car? In my case, my soon-to-be-fixed-and-gone Land Cruiser has them. But when you’ve set the seat, that’s it. It’s done. I think I’ve adjusted it twice in the ~16 months I’ve had it, and not by much. My wife’s Merc is a pure piss take. She’s 5ft 5, and naturally sits higher up and closer to the wheel than I do. So when I get to the car, I have to stand outside pressing the memory setting to see the seat slowly move down and back, only for the wheel to then move. And I don’t get that, why can’t the seat and the wheel move at the same time? Can’t be difficult?! But it would be so much easier with the mechanical manual seat adjustment? We shared my 107 with this set up and I could get in the car in seconds. They’re heavy and useless as far as I’m concerned. When you think about it, there can’t be a much more useless feature in a car? Barry Cade, FakeConcern, Asimo and 2 others 4 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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