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    Quick question for you all. Has anyone found their front seat passenger complaining about being car sick.
    My partner seams to be of the opinion that the shape of the lower section of the passenger front seat is a lot more proud than the driver seat. (Almost as if the lumber support is always in the highest position - but isn't).
    He can sit in the drivers seat all day long and drive the car without any problems. Then the moment he gets in as a passenger he starts to feel sick.
    Vauxhall have suggested that the dealer strip the seat and remove some of the padding, although have said it could affect the seat in later years.
    If anyone can give some advice, it would be greatly appreciated.

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    To be honest have had no issues with car sick syndrome. The other half suffers quite badly, but has no issues in the front of Vectra. Maybe an anomoly of that car. Not a help really, sorry.
    Insignia VXR, quite nippy!

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