Adjusting the Seat - 2007 Mini Cooper S Long-Term Road Test

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2007 Mini Cooper S: Adjusting the Seat

June 16, 2008

Mini Cooper Seat Lever - photo by Warren Clarke

It took a while to engineer a comfy seating position as I settled into the Mini this weekend. The problem concerned the location of the seat-adjustment lever. I wanted to tweak the angle of the seatback. The lever that manages this task is located not to the left of the seat, but to its right, buried in a deep, dark abyss next to the parking brake; I felt like I needed a searchlight and an anchor sling to access it. Making things worse is the fact that it's hard to fine-tune the seatback's slope, since the lever's adjustments are made in fairly large increments...Of course, once that fiasco was behind me, the Mini was fun to pilot. Pile in, turn it on and go.

Warren Clarke, Automotive Content Editor @ 16,945 miles

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