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Just got a new Cross hybrid but the driving position is too low. Even with the seat fully back and fully raised my thighs are not resting on the seat squab. Ideally I would like to raise the whole seat by about 2 cms. I notice that many manufacturers make a seat raiser which is just a drilled piece of metal that sits under the seat mounting. Apparently Toyota don't have one. Any ideas out there ? 

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Visit a local Motability centre that specialise in vehicle adaption. It should be something they could sort for you 

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Can't you just sit on a cushion...? That's what my mum used to do when she still drove.

I use a towel in my Mk4 as an ad-hoc lumbar support and that's working wonderfully so far! (I can now drive more than 30 minutes without my spine being crippled :yahoo: )

 

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Hint: When pasting links, you can delete everything after and including the first "?" in the URL, so you don't need to paste links that are 5 miles long :biggrin: 

e.g. https://www.halfords.com/motoring/car-accessories/car-seat-covers-cushions/halfords-comfort-cushion-274321.html

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2 hours ago, Starensis said:

Sit on your wallet? 🤷🏻‍♀️😬

As said to Rosberg (IIRC) by Frank Williams when Rosberg complained about the comfort of the car.

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