Re: Another seat question?
Just my 2 cents here, but its one of those things you just learn to live with. One of the great things about these vehicles is that on long trips, you just get up, grab something out of the fridge walk back to the rear seat and stretch out for awhile. Probably not the wisest thing to do with the airbags, but I admit that occasionally we both lean back and put our feet up on the dash. If you get a 4x4 and are on the trails, there usually is so much going on (grabbing for maps, books, cameras, turning and looking, etc.) you don't notice the confined area. For us, its not a deal breaker.
EV-2 build is now complete, (yeah right).