I have finaly got my factory new SEAT Leon and it is great.
But as it is that new, I try to handle it like a raw egg. So especially one thing confuses me, as for me it hurts (speaking here literarly) and for the car on the long turn I assume I'll break the specific part of my seat.
So the problem is when I'm trying to get out of my seat, to leave the car my leg is getting in contact with the plastic part (pushing down the cloth far enough, as it is as said soft enough) before I'm able to make contact with my left foot to the ground.
So to get my foot on the ground I have to lift my own weight over the plasticpart while thats beeing the only hinge point between my weight and the plastic part.
I allready tried diferent ways of geting out of the car, without any of them beeing able to avoid this situation. I asked friends to try it out, while they all were leaving in the same body moves, all of them said they don't share my complains.
For now I have found that I can avoid it by trying to get out the same way as getting into the car. problem here is, as for getting in my right leg is just stabilizing me as "squeezing" my inward motion. But as for getting out I'm pushing out and have to hold ballance until my left foot touches the ground. This looks pretty stupid and would let me, as soon I will loose a single time my ballance, let me drop backwards onto the street. So no long time solution either.
So on the one hand this puts a hurting pressure on the same part of my leg, everytime I leave the car, letting me after 2 days of owning the car detect allready bruises on my leg, and on the other hand even making me feel more uncomfortable with it the fact, that the part seems to be concaved and therefor soon will break at some point.
So my question is: Is this problem known? If so, what is a reasonable workaround, preventing me to pressure my leg against the part. If not so, what could I be doing wrong and what to change to do it right?