I am looking to trade my trusty 2006
Odyssey Touring with 225K miles
because little repairs are fast
surpassing not only it’s worth, but it’s
value, and since the kids are out of
school I’m no longer carrying a crew
around. My daughter has a 2013
Civic and her neck and back has
suffered like so many with the
ridiculous headrest (if we only knew).
I see that most Hondas of the era still
sport the insufferable things. I’m
looking at the 2017 CR-V. Have they
changed the headrests, or do I look
elsewhere - like a RAV4?
Different components of different cars displease different people. Why don't you find the cars you're interested and drive them. If you don't like headrests on one, move to another. I know people with that era Civic and I've never heard of a seating position problem like this.
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