So I've been driving for 3 years, and have driven a 2004 Hyundai Sanata, three SUV's (my mom and sister's so I don't recall them) an old Dodge Truck and currently drive Chrysler 300. I've noticed a couple of issues.
1) I KNOW I have no hope of driving a stick shift so my next car has to be automatic transmission
2) I have difficulties backing up as I overthink things, not just overthinking if I have enough space between me and what's behind me and deciding I don't, but also worried about how long my hoods have been and that I would be paying too much attention behind me and side swipe a car beside me, but haven't had difficulties with the SUV's, so I would highly prefer a shorter body then the sanata and chrysler have
3) The sanata drove fine, but whenever I took curves, it felt like I was speeding when I wasn't. My neighbors hated me because I live on a very curvy road and speed limit is 35 but I would have to take most of them at 20 to feel comfortable, but when I got my Chrysler I don't have that problem at all and never had the issue with the SUV or Truck. So my roommate and friend's say it sounds like I need a heavier weight car
4) Driving SUV I have 15-20 minutes before my ankle/knee starts hurting @ 40 minute mark I have to stop for a while the pain is too bad. Driving sedans though I can drive 45 minutes before the pain hits and 1 1/2 hours before stopping Since it's usually a 35 minute ride to work, that means I need a sedan.1 AnswerOther - Cars & Transportation2 months ago