Fix the Chevy Bolt's front seats.
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Hundreds of new Chevy Bolt owners have found that the front seats are poorly made, are very narrow, and don't have enough padding. This problem isn't apparent during the initial test drive but after an hour of driving it has caused severe pain for several owners. The pain is often from the seat frame poking through the thin padding and results in legs going numb, sore hips, and a sore back. The pain seems to affect people of various body shapes and sizes.
There seems to be an inconsistent build quality of the seats with some seats having more padding than others. Owners have removed the seat covers to find that the foam is very thin and inadequate. Chevy was trying to produce a thin and light seats to reduce vehicle weight and maximize interior room but this was at the expense of comfort.
We want Chevy to fix the seats by adding additional padding to them. This means issuing a recall for all currently owned Bolts where the owners are having this problem.
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