Comfort Entry

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HertsMacan
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Post by HertsMacan »

Hi

Is there a definitive answer on if Conform Entry is a standard feature on the Macan or not? I know comfort access is an optional extra which I did not spec, but I am not sure if the comfort entry (seats going back on entry of car) should be standard and a required software upgrade.
Car goes in for air con software upgrade soon so will mention the comfort entry if it should also have this feature.

Any info on this matter would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Post by bennachie »

Used to be part of the memory package with 14 way seats
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Post by AllanG »

It is definitely standard with the 14 & 18 way seats options.
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Post by Jon A »

It should be standard and I think someone on here mentioned that the software patch to enable is now available?
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No wheel movement now of course as electric adjustment has gone...........
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Post by Makanik »

I stopped using Comfort Entry about 6 years ago because I don’t like the way the seat indiscriminately crushes anything that might be behind it e.g. the rear seat when folded down, your weekly food shopping or your mother in law.
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Post by BanZ »

It’s not standard, comes with the memory package or 14/18 way seats.
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Post by wab172uk »

AllanG wrote: Sun Jan 01, 2023 8:00 pm It is definitely standard with the 14 & 18 way seats options.
It's not. I have the 18 wat seats as an option, and no comfort access. Just checked the configurator which confirms this.

I have keyless go on my GR-Yaris & X3. Had to have a Ghost installed on both to stop them being knicked.
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Post by Jon A »

wab172uk wrote: Mon Jan 02, 2023 9:07 am
AllanG wrote: Sun Jan 01, 2023 8:00 pm It is definitely standard with the 14 & 18 way seats options.
It's not. I have the 18 wat seats as an option, and no comfort access. Just checked the configurator which confirms this.

I have keyless go on my GR-Yaris & X3. Had to have a Ghost installed on both to stop them being knicked.
I think we are talking about the “comfort entry” here which is the seat sliding bit. “Comfort access” is the keyless entry function- Porsche use “comfort” in both and it gets confusing…
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Post by Col Lamb »

EASY ENTRY is the function where the drivers seat moves back to aid entry into the car.

It is set on or off via the Settings Menu in the MFD.

It was standard with the Memory Package or inclusive with 14 & 18 way seats.

By default it is set to Off
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