I recently had the chance to drive the all-new Kia Cadenza, and it was chock-full of all the whistles and bells you could possibly imagine on a car. Including heated seats and steering wheel, lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring to name a few. But this little button had to be my favorite.
Do you know what it does?
When I asked my Twitter followers, they gave me answers that hovered around the "ejector seat" angle. But no, it's better than that -- in my humble and petite opinion.
It's a seat extender! So, people my size don't end up feeling like Edith Ann, and people who are taller don't feel like they're sitting on the edge of their seat. It's a little thing, to be sure. But I first saw this feature on a BMW 3-Series. And it's currently on a $120K Lexus that I'm testing.
So, to find it in a Kia is rather raveful.
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