I've worked with wagon seats vs. sedan seats. I don't know what the differences are between sedan and hatchback seats, but...truman said:I would think that it would be the same, but I haven't examined a Golf back seat.
Like I said, I've seen sedan rears and wagon rears. I can't vouch for golfs.truman said:I'm a little puzzled how or why Golfs would have different back seat than a JW. I thought the only difference between the 2 was 6" additional stroage space behind the back seat? The reason I am asking is that I am contemplating getting GTI F/R seats.
I don't know why I didn't think of this before...truman said:Thanks for the insight Danix. I'll have to rethink my strategy- crap. It seems bizarre that the Golfs would be different than a JW. My back is real tired of the stock seats.
ThanksNihilator said:I don't know why I didn't think of this before...
Just checked ETKA. Golf rear seat benches have the same wire-frame support system that sedan seats do. The solid "pan" is strictly a wagon part.
The wagons have cargo covers, too, but they are, if you can believe it, even flimsier than the golf covers. They're "window-shade" type covers that roll up against the top of the back seat, and are completely unsuitable for anything other than hiding the contents of the wagon area. You can't put anything on them. At least with the golf covers, they're solid shelves and can support light stuff.bhtooefr said:I'd imagine the difference is connected to one thing: Cargo cover.
The Golf has one, the Wagon doesn't. Making the Golf more Jetta-like.