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Now I know were the uncomfortable bench rear seats come from. MB B class EV

Discussion in 'Hong Kong' started by pinguhk, Jan 28, 2015.

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  1. pinguhk

    pinguhk Member

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    These are from Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive, even the E class has almost the same design.
    I also found the BMW 3GT has the uncomfortable bench seats.
    I wish they used other car make seats like my BMW F10 seats which is 100% more comfortable

    Tesla MS Rear seats
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    Mercedes-Benz B Class EV Rear seats
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    Mercedes-Benz E-CLASS Rear seats
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    BMW 3GT Rear seats
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    Better rear seats of BMW F10
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  2. Lerxt

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    Similarities? Don't really see it.

    The f-10 seats provide 2 comfortable seats and one very uncomfortable middle seat, Model S has 3 comfortable seats across the back.
     
  3. yobigd20

    yobigd20 Well-Known Member

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    zero similarities. But oh look! Their middle headrest does not obstruct the rear view!
     
  4. pinguhk

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    the similarities is that they are all flat on the back like a wall bench which is very uncomfortable.
    Why cant they make the 2 side seat more shape to our body's so we don't slide around.
    All they need to do is do a dip of about 1 inch so its not so flat.
    When I get the car I will redo the rear seats with new sponge. like the F10
     

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