US: Issues with headrests are leading seat problem - JD Power
While relatively few new-vehicle owners indicate having experienced a problem with their vehicle seats, those who do most often cite headrest adjustment controls as the source of the problem, according to a study by JD Power (the JD Power and Associates 2011 US Seat Quality and Satisfaction Study).
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