Adults will find their knees pressed against the back of the front seat, even shorties like me (5'3"). The front seat does not move back very far and my 6' brother felt cramped in it and his head brushed the headliner. The back seats are VERY difficult for an adult to get out of due to the very small door opening. Not the right car for anyone with any type of leg or knee restriction or injury.
Turns great tight corners, very dependable and a nice looking car.
More leg space both front and back, a bigger door opening in back and more headroom.
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