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Discussion in 'Model X' started by Jrogville, Dec 22, 2016.

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  1. Jrogville

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    For what it's worth someone in one to the posts said that he set the driver's seat as far back as it would go and he could still sit comfortably in the bench seat even though he's 6 foot 2 inches.
     
  2. BigMskiman

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    Min =5.5" very cramped for me in back (6' 2" tall)
    Typ = 8.0" comfortable (driver seat in my saved position)
    Max = 14.5" miles of room (but driver will be cramped to steering wheel)
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  3. Pandamoanium

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    Thank you! I'll have to go see what mine is and figure it all out. Kind of bummed I didn't wait it out for the five.
     
  4. anthonymack

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    3 ways to use the back floor panels
     
  5. BigMskiman

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    Loaded up the 5 seater with 3 pairs of skis and gear for 2 people. Some clothes bags in the frunk, but did not need the trunk or forward flat shaped storage.

    Plenty of room. Three people also woulda been fine, but 4 woulda been a challenge by laying flat 1/3 and squeezing.

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  6. BigMskiman

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    Cargo Liner recommended by @ohmman works great also in 5 seater with everything flat. Loops hang over the front two seats in this case.

    Cargo Liner

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  7. Chief

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    Hi, I am new here. Looking to order a model X 5-seater and found a lot of helpful info here on this forum.

    I have three growing kids who will be young adults soon and within the next 2 years growing to around 5ft 8 to 6ft 2 in length.
    From previous posts I found that leg space will be clearly sufficient. Great.

    Does anybody know
    - the "shoulder space" / "inside width of the car at shoulder height" and
    - the "head space" for the middle seat?

    and/or have a picture of 3 people (not children) on the second row.

    Thanks a lot, would be helping me a lot to push the order through,

    Regards, Sjef.
     
  8. BigMskiman

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    There's 56" across between FWD bodies (not windows), so I mean usable shoulder space.
    Head space depends on position, and I'm 6' 2" with these measurements:

    Outside seats: There is a gaping 5" between my head and above window
    Middle seat: There is a pillar, and I estimate less than 1/2" between my head and it, hair attracting by statics

    Summary: Put the less tall one in the middle, otherwise, good to go
     

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