Page:  / 2
Next Page  
Author
Message
wheelchairman
Offline
Posts: 2077
Feedback: 100% (28)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 11:00:59 AM EST
I got an 07 explorer that's real easy.

Cars- PT cruiser wins by far
the_outrider27
Member
Offline
Posts: 1385
Feedback: 100% (16)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 11:19:01 AM EST
Jeep Liberty, Grand Cherokee, Ford Explorer, and other mid sized SUV/Crossovers.
ttushooter
English Motherf*!^er?! Do you speak it??
Offline
Posts: 9914
Feedback: 0% (0)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 2:39:52 PM EST
Originally Posted By Billmanweh:
I'm 6'5" and my Honda Pilot is comfortable and easy to get in and out of


I'm 6'4" and drive the same vehicle. I agree with this assessment
No one, repeat, no one, will conquer America, from outside or within, until its citizenry are disarmed.

"The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary"
-Vince Lombardi

chapperjoe
Luckiest Guy on the Planet
Offline
Posts: 34030
Feedback: 100% (347)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 4:38:53 PM EST
Originally Posted By ttushooter:
Originally Posted By Billmanweh:
I'm 6'5" and my Honda Pilot is comfortable and easy to get in and out of


I'm 6'4" and drive the same vehicle. I agree with this assessment




MY brother in law lent me his for a week.
it's not everest, but I do have to climb in.
comfy as hell inside though.
There is but one truth in the world and it is all yours. If you are not sure of it stay at home; but if you are sure don't look back and it will be your way.

Honored to be a "TEAM RANSTAD" member
Fnkystuf
Offline
Posts: 1773
Feedback: 100% (4)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 4:47:36 PM EST
Make sure it has short doors.

Parking spaces are only going to get smaller, and sometimes I have trouble getting out of my 2-door Cobalt
Badlatitude
Member
Offline
Posts: 9586
Feedback: 100% (1)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 4:54:15 PM EST
I had a cadillac deville when my back was REALLY BAD. It helped alot. I could drive any of the trucks the accord or the cobra
blah
scootr29
Member
Offline
Posts: 3662
Feedback: 100% (16)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 4:57:28 PM EST
Toyota Matrix or Pontiac Vibe.....
unseenSNIPER
Member
Offline
Posts: 3871
Feedback: 100% (12)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 5:02:44 PM EST
The Honda CRV is actually pretty easy, too.

afroney
Offline
Posts: 528
Feedback: 0% (0)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 5:10:29 PM EST
Cars: Ford 500. Cadillac Deville. Most Buicks.

Some of the large car based SUV's are also really easy. ie. GMC Acadia

Trucks are easy for me, but hard for short people
TrackSol
Low Speed Low Drag
Military
Offline
Posts: 1658
Feedback: 100% (34)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 7:57:18 PM EST
Originally Posted By chapperjoe:
Element is high on my list.

I'm arfkom average 6"0 235.

I'm just tired of 'plopping' I to standard 4 door sedans .
Feels like I get punched in the kidney every time I get in the car.

Also don't want to climb into a car, eg Titan, navigator etc

Started bothering me since my hernia surgery... I want ease of ingress and egress :-)


I also vote for the Element. I have a 2008 SC (I wanted the snazzier interior). It's been great, has plenty of room for my range trips and camping/hiking. I've taken it on 8 separate 3000 mile road trips and it has held up great. I average around 22mpg with my 18" wheels with 225 series tires, which isn't too bad for a giant non-aerodynamic brick. Everyone that gets inside is surprised by how much room it actually has. The rear seats fold up or come out completely. I've fit a clothes dryer and washer in mine (of course on separate trips). They are available in AWD. If it matters to you though, they are discontinued. They did sell plenty of them and they share brakes and suspension with the CRV and the K24 engines is also used in the CRV and Accord.

WWD734D
92muddyXJ
Sneaky like a walrus
Offline
Posts: 2518
Feedback: 100% (9)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 8:14:49 PM EST
I love full size vehicles for this reason. When I drive my step dad's '04 Sierra, I love it, so easy to get in and out of.

What I love about a car/truck is usually what makes me not like them after a while. I love the cockpit feel of a vehicle but at the same time I like room. So many vehicles with cockpit like interiors are usually too tight while others that are easy to get in/out of are so spacious that I feel like I'm in a cave. The Sierra is great because it has a center console that is big enough to give me that feeling but it's so easy to get in and out of, it's just a great vehicle.

FWIW, I drive a '97 Explorer Sport 4x4 and it has that cockpit feel but is not the easiest to get in and out of... I would suggest most any full size truck or the Tacoma.
When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.

Eagle Scout November 16th, 2006
VoodooChile
Just Smile and Wave Boys
Online
Posts: 16527
Feedback: 100% (1)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 8:17:57 PM EST
Originally Posted By scootr29:
Toyota Matrix or Pontiac Vibe.....


I know a guy that's 6'5" 400+ that drives a Matrix......well he sort of wears it
There, I said it...Don't tell me you weren't thinking the same thing!

I just want to go to the backyard, get a stick, and clean this thread off the bottom of my shoe....
BuckHammer
Who you gonna call?
Offline
Posts: 5948
Feedback: 0% (0)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 8:22:55 PM EST
My F-250 is annoying to get into. Once I'm there, though, it's the most comfortable truck to be in. Just feels right.
dupemaster
Member
Offline
Posts: 2449
Feedback: 100% (5)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 8:34:14 PM EST
My buddy has a Honda Element. It's ridiculously easy to get in and out of. Also, a BMW 740 or 540 if your looking used. huge sedans that are fun to drive. I'm 6'3 265 BTW.
OP ByColt_45:
1. Starting an Epic thread bitching about your SIL on Arfcom? Win
2. Trolling the thread posing as the SIL to stir the drama? Legendary
3. Forgetting to log out of your troll account and getting caught in the open forum? Priceless
NYMini
Offline
Posts: 473
Feedback: 100% (73)
Link To This Post
Posted: 12/15/2011 9:04:10 PM EST


Page:  / 2
Next Page