Actual Room for Four People - 2014 BMW i3 Long-Term Road Test

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2014 BMW i3: Actual Room for Four People

August 24, 2015

2014 BMW i3

I've already noted that the 2014 BMW i3 is pretty good at transporting a pair of dogs. But what about people?

Well, as it turns out, my lovely wife and mother-in-law managed to fit quite comfortably in the i3's back seat. Said wife is admittedly rather petite, but I also didn't need to scoot the driver seat forward from its significantly rearward position. The ladies reported the seat itself was comfortable and placed at a good height.

The clamshell doors can still cause some problems in tight parking spaces (it's a bit of dance to maneuver yourself among opening and closing doors), but in general the i3's back seat goes well above and beyond the "useable in a pinch" bar that I imagine most owners will have for it. 

James Riswick, Automotive Editor

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