Massaging Seats Make Me Giggle - 2012 Audi A8 Long-Term Road Test
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2012 Audi A8L: Massaging Seats Make Me Giggle

February 02, 2012

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The juvenile in me giggles when I hear a car has massaging seats. It seems slightly naughty to me in a way that only a Catholic school education can teach you. When you got detention for chewing gum or rolling up your sleeves or even wearing nail polish ("you bold, brazen article!") massaging seats sound almost sinful. That's a direct nun quote by the way.

Massaging seats are an innovative way to keep a driver awake on long trips. They can also provide relief on your commute home if your desk chair isn't particularly supportive. Or it can help your sore posterior after you've spent an hour at the gym.

The seats in the Audi A8L have several settings and intensity levels. Wave was my favorite. Pulse was pretty good. Stretch was subtle.

What's your take on massaging seats in a car?

Donna DeRosa, Managing Editor

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