My previous car was a 2011 Challenger R/T. Nice big 2 door car, I could flump down in the seats no problem. But on the 3, with its much smaller doors, I've got to be more careful. At 6' tall and 310 lbs, I guess I'm a bit oversized, which won't help. It's not as bad as it sounds, I'm not that kind of low density superfat, like some of these guys you see where their gut hangs over the edges of their waist so far you have to wonder how they can use the bathroom properly. I used to work with this one guy named Dave, who was so fat he'd have a fat bulge above his belt and another below it. I'm not that bad. Getting out of the car isn't too bad. I open the door, put left foot on the ground, put right foot on that dead pedal footrest, and then get right out. But getting in is the main issue. If I just drop into the car, my left thigh hits that ledge in the B pillar trim, and that's painful. So far my best technique is to turn 90 degrees to the car and back in, ass first. While keeping my left hand in the top edge of the rear door to go easy. Slowly drop to the seat and spin into place. I'm on my second day of 3 ownership, and am still adjusting the easy entry and driving positions and saving them. It doesn't help that Franz is super skinny, so maybe the 3 wasn't really designed for people weighing nearly twice as much as he probably does.