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This is a discussion on 2012 wrx hatch vs hyundai genesis coupe within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; im 6'2", long legs and i drive an 02 lol. steering wheel up but not all the way, seat down ...

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    im 6'2", long legs and i drive an 02 lol. steering wheel up but not all the way, seat down as slid back as far it will go and angled so i can have my arms bent and comfortable when driving. i fit in a 3rd gen just fine.

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    thanks for such a quick response from everyone! i was losing hope of being able to drive a wrx, everyone i see in my city is short lol

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    2012 wrx hatch vs hyundai genesis coupe

    I'm 6' 3" and have my steering wheel telescoped all the way out and tilted up slightly. My seat is about 3/4 from being all the way back and I fit perfectly - left leg not quite fully extended with the clutch in, wrists resting on top of the wheel, and I still have room to heel-toe.

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    I'm 6'5" 260# and fit fine in my 09 STi hatch. I'm still experimenting with the sweet spot on the steering adjustment, but there's an excessive amount of head and legroom. I've even sat behind the drivers seat (because I have a tall family and had to test) and there's a lot of space there as well. This is a very roomy car for it's size.

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    I'm 8"0", 450 lbs. Took seats out and sit on spare tire in Hatch.

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    I'm 6'2" and haven't had an issue fitting into WRX's. I find this thread to be strange, something must not have been adjusted properly.

    But you know what they say: if it doesn't fit, you must acquit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebanker View Post
    I'm 6'2" and haven't had an issue fitting into WRX's. I find this thread to be strange, something must not have been adjusted properly.

    But you know what they say: if it doesn't fit, you must acquit.
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    my dad is 6'5" and fits fine in my car. make sure the wheel is adjusted up, and more importantly, make sure the seat is lowered. start with it lowered all the way down.

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