I would give it a 6On a scale from 1-10 with 10 being most practical how useful are the back seats. Did a quick search but didn't find much.
Do you think a baby seat would fit back there?I would give it a 6
I have two teenagers both about 5'6"
One will usually sit in the backseat behind the driver with there feet behind the passenger. i wouldn't do it, but they say they are very comfortable for the short ride home from school.:coolnana:
In truth I think they would ride in the trunk just to get a ride in the Lotus
I used to have a 370Z and could never pick up the kids because it was a 2 seater, but now one rides in front and one in back. I can now use my fun car as a everyday car due to the option of being able to put someone in back if needed.:clap:
Also my insurance is about $100 year cheaper on the 2+2 over the 2+0. I guess some insurance adjusted felt the 4 seater was safer or less likey to be driven crazy then the 2 seaterrotfl
What a AWESOME picture.:clap:Britax Frontier and Evenflo Amp. Since this picture I have even added the back portion of the Amp to give my daughter more side impact protection. I do our weekly grocery store trips in the Evora with both girls in the back. You'd be amazed how much space exists on each side of the car seats in the rear. I can usually fit 2 plastic grocery bags on the side of each car seat. I have the rear cushion removed to gain an extra 3" or so of height.
Do you think a baby seat would fit back there?
I would have to take my 10 year old and new born to school and day care in the morning. My 10 year old is tall enough to sit up front.
Just trying to figure out if the Evora could be my commuter car.