Yes, reversible. Just pulls outAre they reversible? I find that most headrests push my head too far forward. Reversing solves this issue.
On the contrary, this is the way I have always seen the operation......I find it strange as every car I have had in the past required that you unlock the headrest to adjust it in either direction.
hmmm, i just tested the headrest on my daughters honda accord - and you are correct. I didn't notice this on my lexus, will have to try later.On the contrary, this is the way I have always seen the operation.
The headrest situation mentioned above has been solved ! Recline the seat back a little more and inflate the air bladder in the seat back itself. The headrest is now reliably an inch away from the back of my head: no more headaches!Your comment is 100% correct; unfortunately, it doesn't solve the problem that the back of my head is in almost constant contact with the headrest. Although my GV-80 is an incredibly smooth riding car, there is road vibration that does transfer to the headrest. A GOOGLE search, "Why are headrests so close to the back of a drivers head?" is very revealing !