After owing 2002 Sonata V6 for 3 months I found out that the front
seats are the most uncomfortable I've ever had. Both me and my wife
cannot adjust them ( manual adjustment) to feel pain free for more
than half an hour. After two hours drive I have such back pain that I
have to stop. The same my wife.
Do we only feel this that way or maybe someone has found a solution?
I've found the same problem in my 2002 Santa Fe. It's my office. And
the seats are so uncomfortable, I'm seriously considering making the
dealership take it back and give me back my 1995 Kia Sportage and
refund the difference. I gave up the most comfortable, reliable
vehicle I've owned in favor of an unreliable piece of shit with seats
that don't roll far enough back and doesn't have enough headroom to
stay comfortable after the first three or four hours of my workday...
Did Hyundai think of anybody of greater than average Korean stature
when designing their vehicles?
If this was so important to you, why didn't you try the seating more before
you bought it?
I've got a '05 Santa fe....and the seating is just ok for a truck but I've
also got a '04 Sonata, and I love the seats....
I top post because I choose to for numerous reasons. Ever use a text
reader? I have many friends who do... Using that type of software and
bottom posting are not at all compatable. Ask someone with vision
problems about how text reading software works.
Overzealous, intolerant, annoying, self-important, and downright rude
netkopping has decimated more USEnet groups than all the "top-posters"
on USEnet combined ever will; And I am not even taking into
consideration those ever present (and ever obnoxious) "FAQ thumpers"
who seem to have only one purpose in life, which is to try and enforce
some totally arbitrary, unofficial group "FAQ" as if it had official,
enforcable standing (We are not talking about the official USEnet
group's "control message" here, but some self-created, self-serving
As you seem to be intent on quoting RFC 1855 perhaps you should also
follow the guidelines found under
3.1.1 General Guidelines for mailing lists and NetNews...
Messages and articles should be brief and to the point. Don't wander
off-topic, don't ramble and don't send mail or post messages solely to
point out other people's errors in typing or spelling. These, more than
any other behavior, mark you as an immature beginner.
You got off topic with your posting when you started to point out the
OP's errors. For both this topic and also how to remove dents.
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