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Besides certain low trim trucks, I don't think any automakers sell cars with front benches anymore. Any 2015+ cars you know of that feature a front bench?
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>>24390595
Even high trim trucks offer bench front seats.

Last Gen Suburban also offered bench front seat for 9 person carrying capacity. New Gen is too minivan to do that anymore.
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>>24390595
Some of the newer Tundras have front bench seats. Other than that, I can't think of anything. Cars have become too powerful for them at this point when your average car is pushing 300 HP.
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>>24390605
roadrunners from 68 had bench seats, that was one of their selling points, was a no frills go straight machine. 80% of car "enthusiasts" never take a turn at more than the speedlimit anyways.
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>>24390595
You can get a bench seat in the new Defender.
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>>24390888
For $100k you could buy a more basic car and get a bench installed.
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>>24390595
yeah, base model tahoes
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>>24390595
Cyber truck will have front bench
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Why would you ever want them? They're awful in about every way.
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>>24390595
>bench seats

Trash for anything other than the increasingly scarce "Road Head" phenomenon.
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>>24394443
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zip4QyJyD5g



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