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I have the 3i Touring, and I have no movement in the seat at all, unless I pull the lever to adjust the distance from the steering wheel and pedals. This sounds strange to me!!!Dealer said motion is normal on non-power seat models (I have the S Sport). They also said other cars on the lot do it and that's how Mazda built it. Good news is I have paperwork showing brought problem to attention of dealer. Waiting to hear back from Mazda. May have to send certified letter to get them to respond.