Rear Seat

Some articles on rear, rear seat, seat:

Toyota Crown Majesta - Third Generation Series S170
... Generation Production 1999–2004 Body style 4-door hardtop Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive Front-engine, all-wheel-drive Engine 3.0 L 2JZ-GE I6 4 ... GPS navigation was introduced as well as a foot rest for the rear seat passenger opposite from the driver ... This was achieved by enabling part of the seat cushion of the front passenger seat back to tilt rearward towards the rear seat passenger ...
Oldsmobile 88 - 1965–70
... coupes got a more rounded variation of the squared-off 1963–64 roofline with concave rear window shared by Pontiac's Grand Prix ... had a plusher interior than the standard Delta 88 featuring a Strato bench seat in the Holiday (4-door hardtop) sedan or, in the Holiday (2-door ... rather than the Starfire's squared off roof with concave rear window ...
Cadillac Sixty Special - 1987–1993
... In addition to 5 inches of extra rear seat leg room, they included exclusive amenities such as dual rear-seat headrests, three-position footrests (mounted ... was added, carried over onto the elongated rear doors ... When the Fleetwood name supplanted Brougham on the large rear-wheel-drive Cadillac in 1993, the model that had been the Fleetwood (which was really just a variant of the front-wheel-drive Sedan ...
Cadillac Sixty Special - 1971–1976 - Sixty Special Brougham Talisman For 1974
... For 1974 the interior featured a center console in the front and rear-seat passenger compartments the front console containing a writing tablet ... The rear seat console contained only a storage space ... automobile, which may have led to the discontinuation of the rear seat console in the 1975/76 editions ...
Volvo Cars - Safety - Safety Milestones
... for 2–point safety belts front 1958 Anchor points for 2–point safety belts rear 1959 3–point front safety belts standard 1964 First rearward–facing child safety seat ...

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