That does look uncomfortable.
There must be something you can attach to the headrest that makes it comfortable and also stays put.
I'm 5'8. I figure it would be more comfortable for taller people, but I guess not. Yes it is very annoying. I hope I can get used to it. I have to stretch like I've been driving for 8 hrs whenever I get out of the car. Not good since I go on many long road trips.A lot of newer cars, especially toyotas are doing this. It's super annoying. I read it is so your head gets less whiplash during an accident. At the tradeoff of driving uncomfortable 99.99 percent of the time. My wife chose her civic over a corolla a few years back due to this sole reason. Rav4 isn't as bad, but jeez. How tall are you OP? I'm 6'3" and don't like when they do that.
Same. I only tested the LE for 30 mins and didn't feel this. I need to sit in an XSE and fully test out the handling and comfort when I get a chance.I only test drove the 2021 Sienna for 30 minutes but I remember thinking how comfortable the seats were. Perhaps I didn't have enough time to notice this specific issue but I certainly liked the back support for the drivers seat at least.
I'll try tomorrow. This new safety trend is really ridiculous though and I think it's time for a class action lawsuit. Apparently its a common problem if you google "neck pain car headrest."I once flipped 2nd row headrests so child boosters would sit more flush on seat backs.
Can these be removed & flipped?