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I just put in my pre-order for a CLA250 but realized that I didn't know whether or not the seats are manual or not. I know the European models had manual seats and power seats were an option you had to pick but I didn't see anything like that for the US models. Does anyone know if they're standard or not?
 

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The driver seat is a 14 way front seat with memory. It doesn't specify if the passenger seat is power or not. Who really cares if its power or not, as long as the seat is comfortable, the passenger should be fine!
 

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I just put in my pre-order for a CLA250 but realized that I didn't know whether or not the seats are manual or not. I know the European models had manual seats and power seats were an option you had to pick but I didn't see anything like that for the US models. Does anyone know if they're standard or not?
The answer is right on the website: http://www.mbusa.com/mercedes/vehicles/model/class-CLA/model-CLA250C#!layout=/vehicles/model/features&class=CLA&model=CLA250C&waypoint=model-features

Standard 14way power seats.

-Eric
 

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Well if I'm going to be purchasing a "luxury vehicle" I would expect it to at least have some features, the luxuriousness of a Benz kind've suffers when thinking about a passenger fumbling with an under the seat lever
 

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Eric to the rescue! I actually almost put your name in the title because I figured you'd have the answer
 

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The driver seat is a 14 way front seat with memory. It doesn't specify if the passenger seat is power or not. Who really cares if its power or not, as long as the seat is comfortable, the passenger should be fine!
It says "front seats"...plural...not "seat" or driver's "seat." They draw a distinction when describing the memory function for the driver only (which kind of makes sense) but everything else is generic.

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I was just pointing you to the answer. Geez, what's your glitch?

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I don't know squat and I'm happy to admit it. I'd rather someone politely correct me so that I don't misinform readers. People here often correct me.

You made a comment about the site not being specific. I didn't say, "learn how to read..." or profess some super inside source. The answer was on the page and I understood your comment just figuring you read the info on the site too quickly....happens to me all of the time. Chill out -- just because someone corrects you doesn't mean they're a "know it all." Please feel free to correct me if I provide inaccurate data -- it's all over the web -- I'm sure I've posted it, too.

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Actually his answers are more informative then most, but youre taking it as an insult while in reality hes trying to help.
 
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