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I'm an upholsterer and own an Acura RSX type S (made by Honda). After I bought the car I discovered that I couldn't drive very far (about 30 minutes) without feeling very uncomfortable. So, rebuilt the front seats which included making some changes to the padding and shape of the seats. A tip: less bolstering so that you have flatter seat generally = more comfort. Most sport models in all makes have way too much bolstering for everyday comfort. This great if you are driving on a race course. Honda makes great cars, and the one you are driving is one that I also considered. Seat comfort as well as road noise has been an issue for Honda. You may want to find a reputable auto trim shop and discuss a course of action. Tell whoever it is, that you would like to test out the seat for comfort during the process of changing it. It would be a shame to get rid of this car just because of the seats, because I'm sure it's a great car. My RSX type S is 8 yrs. old and I still love it. Hope this helps.Report it
That's ironic, because I have '13 subaru outback and am considering an accord because I can't stand my seats either. I think government rules forced auto companies to have forward headrests. I pulled mine out and turned it around because it annoyed me. But my seats still are terrible in an otherwise great car.Report it
I decided against the LX in favor of the sport trim just because of the comfortable seats. I find them even more pleasant than the EX trim level. You may not have them adjusted correctly (I suggest trying some "odd" combinations of the 10 way seat to get the right fit, it really works).Report it
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