My six-foot two-inch frame fit easily and comfortably into the driver’s seat, a movement I repeated with equal success throughout the cabin, in all three rows, which I’m rarely able to accomplish on any three-row crossover. The big news inside the cabin of EX-L and higher models is Honda’s “One-Touch 2nd-Row Seating,” which eases entry/exit to the third row with the simple press of an illuminated electronic button. This releases a latch that uses springs to fold and slide the second row forward for greatly improved access. LX and EX models have a similar system that is actuated by a manual lever. Even small kids will be able to operate it, as there are handy buttons on both sides of the seat (though presumably the system cannot be operated when the vehicle is in motion!).
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