What cars have the most adjustable seating?

I am disabled and need a car soon with a very adjustable driving position. I would be happy buying an older car and likely to be doing low weekly mileage. I don't care about fuel consumption, only comfort. Any suggestions?

Asked on 8 January 2017 by Michael Brear

Answered by Honest John
Volvo usually have the most seat adjustment. You need squab tilt and adjustable lumbar support as well as seat height and recline.
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