I bought my '99 Intrepid used, after riding in a co-workers older model and finding a back seat that actually accommodated an overweight adult male. I rented a Chrysler Concorde on a trip east for a family funeral, and spent 3 days driving around my parents plus my sister and the widow. They had no trouble getting into and out of the back seat repeatedly. My middle daughter is 5'9" and not thin, and she preferred the back seat to the front because she could actually cross her legs without a problem. I always felt virtuous flying down the interstate with the low front end and raked windshield, as the SUV air plows spent $$$ pushing air out of the way. No other "family" car has that back seat
Roomy Back seat. Unmatched in the industry.
Bring it back! There is not a sedan on the market now that can comfortably accommodate 3 adults in the back the way the Intrepid could. I know, I've tried to find one. (Vans and SUVs and other air-plows don't count!)
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