Yes, it can be a problem. My ‘18 has a lever near the front of the seat so you can “pump it up”. I saw that on several makes when shopping, so it’s nothing unique. Part of the problem is that cars are going for better gas mileage these days and want the car to have as little wind drag as possible, so need a lower seat for dudes over 6’ to avoid “cracking the melon” on entry. (Not to mention, makes the car feel sportier.)
For me, it’s the other way around. I’m barely average height, but I need a handle to get in most of the vehicles on the show room floors.
That said, some people will raise the seat. Basically the driver’s seat is removed and a spacer is placed under the rails. Sometimes it only takes an inch to make driving more comfortable.