Yes, those tend to be very "upright cars" and have very good seats. As VDC says, seat comfort is very personal, but I like good lumbar support and slightly larger than average seats. That rules out a number of imports.
Years ago, Road & Track did an article on seats. As expected, most sports cars had seating positions so low that they were uncomfortable on long trips. Volvo and Mercedes rated very high, US-built low end cars fared very bad for lack of good lumbar support.
The best bench seats they could fine was in, beieve it or not in a Mercedes garbage truck!
Worts seats I ever had were in a 1957 Plymouth and 1971 Mercury Comet. Best seats in a 1976 Ford Granada and a 1988 Olds 88.