2009 Nissan GT-R Long-Term Road Test


2009 Nissan GT-R: Great seats with a small quirk

June 03, 2009

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Our long-term 2009 Nissan GT-R has excellent front seats. They are both comfortable and supportive, with luxurious suede-like surfaces and leather trim. You can see in this shot the excellent 8-way power seat adjuster knob that Erin inexplicably left out of her previous blog pic.

Just above that seat adjuster knob is the seat heater switch, a strange location and difficult to find unless you remembered it or something.

The small quirk about the seat is that both sides of the bottom side bolsters connect through the base of the seat (seen in below photo). This extra material can be felt right at your tailbone if you have a bony butt.

It's only slightly uncomfortable, but I've never seen another vehicle with this type of bottom cushion seat styling.

Albert Austria, Sr Vehicle Evaluation Engineer @ 21,600 miles

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