hi welcome to the forum. i am regular build but have a bad back so i have to kinda twist slide in. because theses cars are so low compared to regular cars, plus i have a large friend who wouldn't have thought of driving a fiero , i encourged him, actually taught my slidy motion and he is 350 + and he fits in, rather snug but plenty of leg room, and now he loves to drive a fiero..
fiero eqaul opportunity car does not discriminate... .. good luck ..
J_Godspeed Junior Member
Posts: 8 From: Scranton, PA, USA Registered: Nov 2003
hi it not the wieght but actually the way a person is built or say the volume he occupys that will determine if he can fit into the little car.. in winter when i gett all dressed up in thick coats and sweaters and scarfs, i even have a hard time getting in at times wieght is not a problem for the v6, its used in s 10 pickups and they haul a lot heavier stuff...
Nov 10th, 2003
Posts: 5283 From: Wake Forest,NC,USA Registered: Jan 2002
I'm 6 ft 5 inch and 250 lbs. I have to sit in the car sideways then hook my right foot under the clutch so I can get eough room to straighten my leg so I can get my knee under the steering wheel. Once the right leg is in, turn body, pll in left leg and un hook right foot from behind clucth. Sounds worse than it is. I reckon a smaller steering wheel or one of those with a flattened bottom would help. Once I am in I have plenty of room (plenty being a relative term in a Fiero !!)