All my other tilt wheels, except my ex-wife's 1990 Camry, were the kind that the wheel actually tilted instead of sliding up and down infinitely. There were notches, or detents, and I could easily choose the one I wanted. The kind we have in the 'Bu is not as user-friendly. You have to put a fair amount of pressure into unlocking it, and as much into securing it once adjusted. It has no memory feature, something that the '90 Camry did. Not saying the Camry was a better car. It was bought used from a "friend" and was a piece of junk not long after we took possession. But the memory feature was sure nice: lightly touch a little knob, let the wheel spring upward, and exit. Getting back in was easier: sit down and pull the wheel down 'til it clicked and locked into its former position.The one major wish I had for this car was to have a real tilt steering wheel. I am a tilt wheel user from way back. My dad had a 66 Chrysler with tilt and telescope and he and mother used to have to adjust it for their preference all the time. I guess growing up with that made me a tilt wheel user. Why I didn't catch this in the test drive, I don't know.
The telescoping function is nice and I do like that quite a bit!
I just wish we had an exit lever for the "tilt" wheel. (It ain't really tilt, it's lift. Kinda sorta.) Not a complaint, just a wish list.