Yes, I have gotten that feeling when reading some of the consumer reports type magazines too.
I'm 6'1", which is tall, but not real tall. I fit fine in my first generation Intrepid. When I started looking for a new (used) vehicle, I started to run into a lot of cars where my head would hit the roof or my knees would hit the steering wheel. So I have started to take notice of manufacturer and consumer magazine head and leg room specifications for different cars. Unfortunately these dimensions have been misleading and confusing when compared to reality. I have not been able to fit in a vehicle that had let's say, 38.4 inches listed for headroom. Then in an odd occurrence I have been able to fit in a vehicle with a headroom dimension of say 37.6 inches. These two cars can have virtually the same legroom, and yet I fit in the one that is supposed to be smaller, and I am too cramped in the one that is supposedly larger. So these specifications are confusing to me and I am trying to figure out how things are measured, and what other factors can affect me being able to fit in a given automobile.
If anyone knows how these interior measurements are taken, please share with me your valuable knowledge. Also, if you're a slightly tall guy like me, and you know of a few cars that you fit nicely in; it would be great if you would post the make, model, and year of those cars.
Thanks in advance. :bigsmile: