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Old 02-04-2013, 08:23 AM
ChrisT.O.pher ChrisT.O.pher is offline
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2103 X3 M Sport passenger comfort?

Hey everyone,

A few weeks ago, I asked for help with deciding between a new XC60 R-Design and an X3 35i M-Sport. Well, the x3 wins but I have a question about the passenger seat.

My wife and spent some time in a '13 Acura RDX this past weekend and I was shocked at poor passenger seat comfort. Poor might actually be putting it nicely. It sits very low so your knees are practically under your chin (I'm 6 feet tall, not a giant by any stretch), there's a complete lack of adjustment options and zero thigh support. By comparison, the driver's seat is fully adjustable with lumbar support, tilt and height options etc...

We've driven an X3 and sat in the M-Sport seats but can't really recall how much attention went into the passenger side. We're concerned that it might be a similar situation to the RDX.

What can you guys tell us?

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