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bruuuno 1:06 Sat May 25
Cars for tall people?
I’m 6’ and have long legs, I’ve always driven a golf but am getting back problems from not being able to stretch my right leg out.

Any other lanky whoers have any reccomendations for something with lots of legroom in the drivers seat? I’m guessing I’m going to have to look at a saloon, much to my Mrs chagrin

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threesixty 10:53 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
I remember when I was a kid doing driving lessons. One instructor had a mini Métro and I kept hitting my right knee on the steering wheel. It was a nightmare (I’m 6ft).

The instructor got so irate with me and kept saying how he was 6ft 2 and it wasn’t a problem for him and I’m basically taking the piss.

So he said I’ll show you is possible. He got out the car and I’d never seen a man with a longer torso! He had the shortest legs ever. Fucking alien of a man.

What a weird day that was...

iphammer 10:44 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vfn4Pr6RwqE

iphammer 10:35 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
Skoda Octavia VRS is good. I'm 6,2ft. It has loads of room

Far Cough 10:11 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
Yes Nick mate:-)

Claret Badger 9:45 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
is that your old motor john?

Far Cough 7:41 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
bruu, I found the ideal car for you:

https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/660/media/images/68436000/jpg/_68436167_ac_invacar2.jpg

bruuuno 7:24 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
Thanks for the info chaps. Was having a drive today and I figured I need something with a nice wide footwell with the pedals quite far apart

riosleftsock 6:01 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
Joe

I'm about the same and had an old civic as a temp car couple of years ago.

Excellent motor, great leg room.

Joe C 3:48 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
I'm 6' 3" and moved from a 5 door Golf to a 5 door Honda Civic - I can fit in the latter and stretch legs no problem.

claret50 7:45 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
I can't remember what car(s) the late hammerhermit used to drive but he didn't have height issues with any of them, and he was 6' 10"

RIP Mike.

normannomates 5:59 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
gph

MUPPET

normannomates 5:57 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
Rules out BUSTER

gph 3:00 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
According to someone I know who is disabled and drives, 3 door models usually have more leg/disabled aid room than 4 door models.

Claret Badger 2:56 Tue May 28
Re: Cars for tall people?
3 door golf has more legroom than 5 door golf

fuck rear passenger access

bruuuno 6:01 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
You do get a lot for your money with the sportage so it’s understandable

FruityBoots. 5:05 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
My mate is 6ft6” and has a Kia Sportage that he gets in ok but as he pointed out it seems every Tom Dick and Harry drives one now!

Gavros 3:38 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
cars for normally sized people?

Too Much Too Young 3:25 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
Mercedes S Class.

Sven Roeder 2:56 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
I’d suggest one of Fred Flintstones old cars
Put your freaky legs to some use

BRANDED 11:35 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
You know you can move seats?

White Pony 10:23 Sun May 26
Re: Cars for tall people?
What are you, a fucking flamingo, bruuuuuuno son?

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