eNate wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 17, 2020 7:28 am
Probably THE primary reason I didn't consider an i3 for so long was because it looks so small
from the outside (and weird, but...).
I was convinced, without any thought, it wss too tiny to replace my allroad wagon.
Granted, the cargo volume isn't there, but the passenger space is excellent and measures up to many mid-sized sedans, and has generous headroom. That was a revelation the first time I sat in one. Crazy they cram that much into that little.
It's great you're enjoying your "exclusive" i3. My kids and I have identified 9 i3's in the neighborhood that are writhin about a ½ mile radius of the house. Never even noticed them until we brought ours home.
It sure looks small, but no complaints from the kids in back. In fact, I get thanks for the car being warmed up ready to go on cold winter mornings thanks to programmable departure time
Not so bad, cargo-wise, really. Granted I come from an Infiniti G35 coupe.
Here's a full bale of straw:
No impingement on the passenger area, and the privacy flap lays flat as well.