Not as much padding on that side to be sure. Remember the reason for them being there is to protect your head in an accident, not for comfort. Forward to minimize whiplash effect. Shame they aren't adjustable front to back like VW's.
has anyone noticed that the headrest does not lock? If you push upwards, it goes up, but you need to push the button to lower it. When i get into the car, sometimes I push back against the seat to adjust my position - my head usually pushes the head rest upwards, even though I don't want it to. The dealer said this was the normal design of the head rest. 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.