Originally Posted by Rudolph Hucker
i'm 6 foot 1 and fit easily
the rear seats are pretty good..i can fit in them..
try and get as late a model as u can..from 2010 they improved the car so much in every way...the 2005 to 2009 kinda remind me of a 1978 ford granada....hard but true..my 2010 feels like a bmw or mercedes in comparison..
dont expect any of these mustangs to handle well..high speed they are not very stable at all..if your used to driving bmw audi or mercedes i feel u may be disapointed tbh..
crude is a word i would use to describe a s197..
ancient susspension system on these is a disgrace on ford...to make such a nice looking car and then give it 1975 susspension is kinda bad all imho ofc
Thanks for your very helpful response!
My car back home is a hot turbo straight 6 Falcon (photos in the introduce yourself section from last year) with the IRS adapted from a Jag when Ford owned them and from (I'm told) the Mondeo/Fusion. So yes its a very capable rear end but at 1800kg it is not in the same league as a Euro sports car. And the with 'unique' traffic conditions here in China going quickly is not really an option.
Nice to know you fit comfortably in the drivers seat and back seats. They look rather short in the foot well room dept, but the base of the rear seats look quite allot longer than what I'm used to seeing. And the head room for someone as tall as yourself is a little surprising to be honest! Any idea why DCarlin has a different opinion to your own about the seating?
Any idea about child seat anchor points?
Originally Posted by dcarlinf1
1) Can someone approx 6 foot 6 inchs tall drive this thing comfortably?
2) Can the avg American adults actually sit in the 2 rear seats (while adults sit in the front seats)?
3) Does the rear seat compartment have safety seat points (anchor points for booster seats)?
Thanks for your succinct answers! Could you clarify the difference between Rudolf's comments about space in the rear seat and yours? What is the problem with the space with 4 adults in the car?