No, that isn't perspective distortion, that's actually less than 1.5" on either side of the side view mirrors.
Yep, well actually I haven't verified that the *factory* spec is correct but I can verify that the MAXIMUM width is 87" b/w the ends of the side views.octavian said:...btw, the factory list says the width is 77"....I gues that is without mirrors...do you mean that the side mirrors add 10" to the width?
But You'd Better Not Be When You Drive InAtlantaMDX said:WOW! Now that is TIGHT!
Actually, IN is the easy part. OUT is the nail-biter. But it is amazing how quickly you get used to threadin' that needle.roadrunner said:
But You'd Better Not Be When You Drive In
This is so true! Our garage is behind the house - the width between our neighbor's and our house is 8' Max (not allowing for the odd downspout, electical box, etc...) Houses are pretty deep too. Driving through this laneway was a little tough at first (as a matter of fact, my wife scraped the mirror of the demo, when we first test drove the truck - delayed our purchase by 5 months because of the psychological trauma!), but now we just breeze through. Fortunately, we have enough space to turn around in front of the garage, wouldn't want to back out!donsev said:
Actually, IN is the easy part. OUT is the nail-biter. But it is amazing how quickly you get used to threadin' that needle.