2012 Volvo S60 Long-Term Road Test


2012 Volvo S60 T5: The Button

August 04, 2011

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So I think this button is a really good idea, and I wish more cars had one.

As you've probably surmised, pressing it takes the S60's rear head restraints from this...


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...to this.


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Rear head restraints are an important safety feature for those traveling in back, but if you're a driver with empty rear seats, they can hamper outward visibility.

Of course, in many cases you can manually remove the restraints and stow them, but this automated solution is a lot more convenient.

It's probably safer as well, since if you remove restraints manually, there's always the chance that you could forget to replace them the next time you have a back-seat passenger. No danger of that happening with this setup, since the intrusive position of the folded restraints demands that they be properly raised for a rear passenger to sit comfortably.

Warren Clarke, Automotive Content Editor

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