That's not good, I hope you can get something sorted.Papa J said:Try them out!
Just taken delivery of a new I-PACE. Thought I would go for the standard seats advertised as 8 way adjustable would be more than enough.
Having driven 20 miles I can only say they are the worst seats I have ever sat in and I fear I am going to have to return or sell the car.
8 way adjustable turns out to be 3 way adjustable: back/forward, up/down and seat back rake.
I have a long back. There is no support whatsoever for my back other than at the shoulders. No Lumbar, no lower back, no seat support. IF YOU HAVE A LONG BACK NO NOT BUY.
AVOID, AVOID AVOID.
I have never Ben so uncomfortable in any car at any price.
We're discussing the I-Pace.fa147 said:The annoying thing is that you need to do a 300-400 mile journey to know which seat is right for you, BY which time you've already ordered your car.
How about 300-400km??FENorway said:
Out of curiosity, how tall are you? I'm 6'0 and would imagine getting much taller than that could cause problems with the performance seats.oop north said:The headrest on the performance seats sticks into my back between my shoulders. V uncomfortable. But even if they were a bit more comfy I would not have spent any more than £500 on the upgrade