Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 04:56:40 GMT From: "Brad" <nospamnopsamme> Subject: Re: Saab UK disabled unfriendly!!!
Is it possible to just replace the headrest? "darkpoter" <darkpoternopsamail.com> wrote in message news:WSIFa.9740$945.28318nopsamnn1.netcom.ca... > Not to mention there are many company's that offer after market seats that > will suit your needs. > > Matt > <davehinznopsamcop.net> wrote in message > news:bc7ejb$fqktq$4nopsam34476.news.dfncis.de... > > Someone who looks an awful lot like Hans <huw_jivenopsamwin.ch> wrote: > > > > > Well, when you get sick in a "safe" car, and the company is answering > this > > > is not possible to fix because it doesn't fit in their sinking, the best > > > answer is to buy a car from another brand. The formula "high price, low > > > performance" doesn't work anymore in todays competitive environment. > It's > > > sad, but reality. > > > > So, Saab is supposed to compromise safety for the entire line of cars, > > for a few individuals? They should redesign my headrest because you are > > tall? > > > > In any statistical sample, there will be those who fall outside of the > > specified range of "We're going to plan for this". I don't know what > > his interactions with Saab were like, but if his tone here is any > indicator, > > I'm thinking that the approach may have been as much of a problem as > > anything else. > > > > If the headrest in a given car doesn't fit you, it's like any other car > > buying situation, isn't it? Don't like the seats? Buy a different car. > > Asking the factory to redesign an active safety feature isn't a realistic > > expectation, and as you probably know, the headrest in a Saab isn't merely > > a passive prop, it's a device which dynamically reacts in a collision. > > > > Dave Hinz > > > >