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What is the Honda One-Touch 2nd-Row Seat?

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What is the Honda One-Touch 2nd-Row Seat?

Welcome to April! For the first How’s This Work of the month, we thought we’d take a look at something that’s fairly specific to Honda vehicles. While there might be a type of this feature elsewhere, we’re going to talk about the Honda-specific One-Touch, 2nd-row seat. This feature makes accessing the back row of the Honda Pilot much easier, which certainly comes in handy with a car full of people.

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How does the one-touch 2nd-row seat work?

Using the Honda one-touch 2nd-row seat is actually quite simple, as it works just as it sounds. With the press of a button, either the 60% or 40% of the 60/40-split 2nd-row seats will automatically move forward allowing easier access to the third row. It is as simple as that, just the press of a button.

That’s not all the rear seats are capable of though. If your third row passengers need more leg room than the second row, you can utilize a bar underneath the 2nd-row seat to change the horizontal positioning of the seat. Plus, you can recline the middle row just like the front seats with the pull of a lever on the side of the seats.

Additionally, you are able to fold the middle seats down flat to allow even more room for cargo. The middle row is quite versatile, increasing the overall versatility of the 2017 Honda Pilot tenfold. If you think you might be interested in a 2017 Honda Pilot, feel free to give us a call and we’ll get you behind the wheel for a test drive.

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