Livability, Continued

Sometimes sport seats sacrifice such things, but this driver's seat has a jack-style height adjustment. There's no cushion angle adjustment, but I was comfortable regardless. A tilt/telescoping steering wheel is standard, along with a center armrest that adjusts forward and up.

Under the armrest is a storage compartment with a 12-volt outlet and, in my car, audio/video input jacks. Its size is only so-so, but the locking glove compartment is decent and its latches are on the sides of the lid, which makes it less likely to damage its contents. Some other nice touches include a lock for the manual trunk and fuel-filler releases along the driver's seat.

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