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How Driving Has Changed in the Last 50 Years

Redbook Logo By Angel Madison of Redbook | Slide 2 of 18: Back in 1970, front seats would move forward and backwards, and you could flop a seat forward to climb in the back, but there are cars today, that know the preferred settings for each driver. You can do the standard recline, but also go up, down, adjust your neck, lower seat cushions, request your perfect lumbar support. The Lincoln Navigator has a 30-way adjustable seat, making the driving more comfortable than sitting on the couch.

Adjustable Power Seats

Back in 1970, front seats would move forward and backwards, and you could flop a seat forward to climb in the back, but there are cars today, that know the preferred settings for each driver. You can do the standard recline, but also go up, down, adjust your neck, lower seat cushions, request your perfect lumbar support. The Lincoln Navigator has a 30-way adjustable seat, making the driving more comfortable than sitting on the couch.

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