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Hello, I recently got a 2021 Rogue Sport SL. The car seats seemed stiff during the test drive though I figured I’d get used to them. Following driving the car a few days I had horrible back pain. It would go away following a night’s rest and return when I drive the car again. I ended up using a family member’s older car to get some relief. There is a car shortage so I wanted to forgive the stiff seats because it’s a brand new car, yet, what the heck. I paid so much money and the car seats are so bad I don’t think I can drive it at all. I purchased several driver seat pillows on Amazon and it did not help at all. Has anyone run into this and what has been the solution?? This is unbelievable. Nissan really screwed up.
 

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Hi Kitty. Sorry to hear your seats are giving you problems. I bought on Amazon a Lebogner Lumber Support Cushion. (Currently $27.97) Helped greatly on my Golf's seats. There's not much you can do internally on a modern seat. (I tried a few things on the Golf's seats and none was satisfactory until I bought the Lebogner cushion.) We, personally find the front seats on our '17 RS S model are very comfortable. I hate to say, you may have to find something else. Next time keep the car for long extended drive. When we bought our RS, we had the car for any hours before deciding to buy. Good Luck....
 

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I can only guess. After all, new leather and new foam rubber are very hard. They should soften a little after you ride it for a few weeks. It's like with leather shoes, it needs to be carried a little bit to make it more convenient. I recently bought a used car, I didn't have such a problem. Helped with the purchase https://mintco.uk
 
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