Ironically, the non-recaro I found are more comfortable for longer drives, but the recaros are snugger feeling. Not saying the Recaros are bad but they a tad firmer.
Thank you for the heads up on the sunroof -- hadn't considered that at all but it makes sense.One other thing - you are a big man. If you track your car you will probably not want a sunroof as it will take away head room. They also can back up at the drain termination points and cause flooding inside.
wow really? I always feel just fine on long multi-hour road trips in my V with the standard seats. Huh. I do wish they had a bit more side bolstering though. Definite ab workout when taking corners.Yeah, I found the Recaros difficult to get to be comfortable for me for my car. Adjusted to no end but always at the end of the drive I'd be hurting.
Good choice! I have to put my 2 cents in. I have both. In my opinion, and I’m a pretty big guy some would say, at least compared to my wifes frame of 110lbs. 6ft 205lbs. My V has Recaros and my DD(3.6) does not. As much(more) as I love the V, I feel more comfy in the DD Without the Recaros. I think it’s very important that the Recaros are adjusted properly. Glad you found your V. Have fun!!Thanks for the feedback on this. Ending up picking up a 2012 sedan without the Recaros so we will see how they work shortly.