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Broken Rear Seat Release - 2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited May 2015 in Ford
imageBroken Rear Seat Release - 2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test

This long-term update to Edmunds 2015 Ford F-150 discusses the truck's broken rear seat release.

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Comments

  • MCZCOKEMCZCOKE Posts: 18
    Cheap, cheap, cheap, get a Tundra.
  • jstrauch81jstrauch81 Posts: 64
    MCZCOKE said:

    Cheap, cheap, cheap, get a Tundra.

    Because that's the answer... Instead of driving this, get a Tundra, who's entire interior is made of Fisher Price grade plastic.

  • MCZCOKE said:

    Cheap, cheap, cheap, get a Tundra.

    Because that's the answer... Instead of driving this, get a Tundra, who's entire interior is made of Fisher Price grade plastic.

    I think Toyota got a good sale on all the left over cheap GM grey plastic knobs and switches.
  • agentorangeagentorange Posts: 893
    Somebody "tidy minded" buckled the seatbelt before folding the seat. Seen this before with something that folded on a boat or RV. One of the party insisted that there should be nothing loose before folding. It took a practical demonstration to prove that things had to hang loose as there was not enough slack to clip stuff together. You could see the OCD reaching near stroke proportions.
  • MCZCOKEMCZCOKE Posts: 18

    MCZCOKE said:

    Cheap, cheap, cheap, get a Tundra.

    Because that's the answer... Instead of driving this, get a Tundra, who's entire interior is made of Fisher Price grade plastic.

    I think Toyota got a good sale on all the left over cheap GM grey plastic knobs and switches.
    Alright, I didn't word that correctly. Poor design is what I was going for. This never would have happened in the Tundra, I just tried it.
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