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Can the front head restraints be tilted on either the 2014 Versa SL or SV? On the SL, I can't seem to find a way to tilt them back, which sucks.

And can the rear head restraints be removed? On the SL, it looks like they can be adjusted or removed, but they won't budge one bit. I want to be able to completely remove them, they get in the way and I can't see out the rear window.
 

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Can the front head restraints be tilted on either the 2014 Versa SL or SV? On the SL, I can't seem to find a way to tilt them back, which sucks.

And can the rear head restraints be removed? On the SL, it looks like they can be adjusted or removed, but they won't budge one bit. I want to be able to completely remove them, they get in the way and I can't see out the rear window.
if you are talking about the Note then yes the rear head restraints can be removed and also to answer one of your other questions as there seem to be multiple threads for some reason the front head restraints are not adjustable, you just have to find a comfortable seating position by adjusting all the other seat adjustments so the head restraints dont make your head seem like it's tilting forward. btw the rear head restraints can be removed by pushing in on a button just underneath the head restraint similar to the button that is used on the front head restraints to raise and lower them.
 

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I've lifted up the front passanger head rest a little and it gives you a better view to the side and rear of the vehicle. Not sure if you have noticed that the front drivers side sun visor has an extension that you can pull out towards the rear view mirror side. just found that today.
 

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I have this problem with many head restraints, including those in the Versa. (I review cars, and usually drive one a week.) Some people's necks are more vertical than others. But manufacturers seeking to do well on whiplash crash tests without an expect active system position a non-adjustable restraint for the build of the crash dummy. If your build isn't like the dummy's, you might find them too far forward.
 
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