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Lancer has an adjustable seat height.

Really wanted to know whether Lancer has an adjustable seat height. Read it from specifications that it is there, but I can't find one in my Lancer GLXI or is it not working I don't know. Could anyone help???

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It's not really the seat ride heighth per say....it's the knob on the side you can turn and it tilts up and down not necessarily straight up and down.

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