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Yes, they are uncomfortable. My legs go to sleep if I drive for longer than 30 minutes.
It might mean you don't have the seat adjusted properly. What trim do you have ? Do you have a power driver's seat? Try moving it to a different position. It sounds like the front of the seat bottom is pushing up to much on the back of your legs. I am not an orthopedist, but this has been my experience.
 
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I'm 6'0 and the 2012 and 2016 are very comfortable, but it took some adjusting to get them perfect.
 

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It might mean you don't have the seat adjusted properly. What trim do you have ? Do you have a power driver's seat? Try moving it to a different position. It sounds like the front of the seat bottom is pushing up to much on the back of your legs. I am not an orthopedist, but this has been my experience.
Thanks, I'll try lowering the front of the seat a bit. I'm just thankful that I can raise the seat like I do in my Pilot. The CR-V drives like a truck, and the extra height to see over the hood is a welcome thing.
 

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No, I find the leather seats very comfortable. I am 6' 3" tall and a boney butt. Enough legroom and headroom too.
 
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Got sheepskin seat covers right after I bought my new CRV.
They're quite comfortable...either in hot weather or cold weather.

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