Still, being able to let the seat back just an inch or so would make a difference. While at it, after owning a Prius for about 2 months now, my only complaint is that Toyota didn't put a few extra $ on the seats. I've had Mercedes, Volvo and Saab and the drivers seat, IMHO, in the Prius is to cheap and uncomfortable. Is the an after-market for seats as well? If so, please post a link at the board.Art said:I need some help, does anyone know if an after-market seat track extension is available? I am 6'3" and it would be a whole lot more comfortable if I coud get the seat to slide back another 3-4 inches. Thanks for any help, this site is the best!
The White and the Black Prius are available with the grey seats/burgundy interior, if you do not like the brown/ivory.wizardbill said:The very big dissapointment of the Prius are the seats and stearing wheel. Sit in a Beetle (which costs a lot less, but also gets less gas milage)sometime any you will really notice a big difference.
We're thinking about getting a Prius, but the seat quality and that crappy brown interior are really show stoppers at this point.
In my opinion Corbeau seats are better, and less expensive. than Recaro, but the important thing is the mounting brackets. Without that, seats are nothing. Also if you have side airbags, forget about replacing the seats.