Opposite of what the order guide said!
I read somewhere (maybe the ordering guide) that the seats have ajustable incline achieved by unbolting them and putting washers under either the front or back to act as shims. So it may not be easy, but you can do it.ChrisH said:For the touring package, I would rather have the cloth seat but add a reclining adjustment. I have never had a car seat that I couldn't adjust the angle of the back.
That's the way the Porsche 914 seats worked as well. Not that bad really, granted, I have gargantuan legs so I'm usually folded in such a way that my upper leg never touches the seat.zvezdah1 said:But that would tilt the bottom of the seat forward as well?
[cynic]Randy Chase said:The final production cloth seats look great! I based my choice of the touring package because the seats at the LA Auto Show were total crap (as per that pic).
That was indeed the explanation. But I never believed it.usofrob said:I thought they already said the window rattle was not directly related to the manual cranks. It was supposedly some other pin, and when you would crank the windows all the way up, it would stop the rattle, thus people attributed it to the crank. Does anyone else remember this? Or did I make it up one time when I dazed at my computer