Obviously the larger the car the more difficult it can be to manuever and park. Approximately what percentage of vehicles on the road do you think are larger than an Intrepid.
I don't mean commerical vehicles of course but only residential vehicles so you can include SUVs, Jeeps, minivans, vans, etc.
My guess is about 10 to 15 percent? Or is it more like about 20 percent?
Im not sure what you're asking now, are you saying that the intrepid isnt a full size sedan in comparison with another 20% of vehicles out there.
1. suv, vans, jeeps do not count because they are not full size cars, yet they are a class on their own.
2. A vehicle can be full sized for various reasons as stated above, if you go to europe, you will find that a sebring is a BIG car there. So is a toyota corolla, my cousins were shocked when they say the size of my car, and with good reason too.
3. Then there are full size luxury sedans which are big to provide comfort, like lexus ls460, bmw 740.
BTW as a side not in case you didnt know, the LX line which now replaced the LH is actually shorter (not by much) but still considered the full size sedan from chrysler.
So to answer your original question, there is no way our cars are midsize by any standards, i guess you can use LARGE or FULL size, either way its a big ass car