Cars with the ‘Roomiest’ BackseatsFebruary 12, 2013 | in Defensive Driving Tips
Remember the days when you would sneak into a backseat of a car to get in some one-on-one time with your loved one? You were carefree and simply enjoying life. As you got older, you probably stopped having backseat rendezvous simply because the amount of room got a lot smaller (it definitely wasn’t because you got any bigger). What if there were some backseats that had plenty of room for you and your loved one to do a little canoodling? Well, there are! If you are looking for a nostalgic Valentine’s date, you may want to consider renting or buying one of these cars.
2012 Toyota Tundra CrewMax
Yes, the first option is a truck. And no, it is not because you can use the bed of the truck as an actual bed. What makes this truck so roomy is that the rear seats actually slide and recline, providing almost 10 extra inches of legroom compared to the next smallest cab. Plus, the large three-seat bench seat provides a deluxe surface area for your backseat fun.
2013 Ford Flex
Sure, this crossover SUV may look a little different, but thanks to its unique shape it has a very roomy second-row compared to other cars in its class. It has way more legroom and headroom and comes standard with a second-row bench seat.
2012 Toyota Avalon
Most full-size sedans have a stationary backseat, but the Toyota Avalon bumps it up a notch with reclining back seats. In this car, you can lounge back and enjoy some nice cuddle time with your loved one. However, make sure to get the 2012 version, because they got rid of this unique feature for 2013.
2012 Toyota Sienna
If you really want a lot of room, you have to get a minivan. The Sienna offers a middle row that slides up and a back row that folds up underneath the floor. This may sound like a lot of work, but it is actually very easy and can be completed in minutes. Once the seats are reconfigured, you and your loved one can get very creative with how you want to spend your evening.
Now that you know which cars will have ample room for you and your loved one, why not pick one up, drive up to make-out point, and let the reminiscing begin? To make sure your night is perfect, make sure to drive defensively (learn more at DefensiveDriving.com) so you don’t get your night ruined with a ticket.← Why You Should Go to the Drive-in This Weekend… | The Sexiest Cars You Need This Valentine’s Day… →