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2012 Jeep Wrangler: Get Rid of the Rear Headrests

October 04, 2011

2012 Jeep Wrangler: Get Rid of the Rear Headrests

This is the Wrangler's rear view with the rear headrests in place. It sucks, so I removed them about 30 seconds after we got the Wrangler and out they've remained until I took the above picture.

2012 Jeep Wrangler: Get Rid of the Rear Headrests 

We've kept the headrests in the Jeep just in case someone tries to use the cramped back seat, but that means they otherwise fill the tiny cargo area and/or roll around. Oh well, better than not seeing anything and looking dopey. Jeep should probably use the flush-mounted headrests that dig into your back if you don't raise them like those in the third row of our Odyssey. Or perhaps drop-down ones like those in the Mustang.

James Riswick, Automotive Editor @ 1,480 miles 

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