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looking for a late model convertible for a person with long legs

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Looking for a convertible for a person with long legs. Some driving is two to three hours at a time.

Priorities: Front seat room / Front seat support & comfort / Reliability & durability

Preferred Bodystyle(s): Convertible

Car Needs: Long trips / Fun toy

Primary Driver(s): Tall driver

Need minimum of 2 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 35000
Maximum age: 5 years

Maximum price: US $ 35000

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Response from willied

5:07 pm March 31, 2014

Not sure how well it does with long legs, but the Mustang makes for a nice convertible. Four seats, even the V6 has decent power, and it should be pretty reliable.

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Response from mkaresh

6:46 pm March 31, 2014

How long are the legs? Jeans inseam?

Only a 30 here, so I'm not the best fielder for this one.

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Response from straightshooter

10:05 pm March 31, 2014

I am 6' tall with a 33" in-seam and have taken a 2010 Ford Mustang GTon many 3-8 hours trips out of state. It is a fun and comfortable car. Cruises very well on the Interstate. Even the passagers are comfortable and we are agedin our 60s. I highly recommend it!

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Response from Member5999

9:42 pm May 8, 2014

Test drove a Mustang convertible and it has a lot of legroom and I liked the car. Hadn't concidered a Mustang before.

Now the next question, buy now or wait for 2015.

Anyone know how much front legroom the new model will have?



Thanks to all for the response!

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Response from willied

3:53 pm May 9, 2014

I'd wait for the 2015 to come out; however, I also probably wouldn't suggest buying a Ford in the first model year - it's a bit of a toss-up. And I would imagine you'd be able to get a better deal on a 2014 once the 2015 comes out if you still want the 2014. The 2015 should be a lot nicer, though. No clue about the legroom. Numbers don't always tell you everything (not that there are even numbers yet), so I'd just wait until you can sit in one.

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