Rear seats: Adequate for children or the tiny dogs that passengers in this car might carry in their purses.
Rear seats: The front seat belts stow neatly in the B pillars to provide easy access to these adult-size seats.
Rear seats: There is space for legs and butts, but the roof comes down to abruptly to accommodate any but the headless.
Rear seats: Getting cramped back here, legroom is only available if the front passengers are kind enough to move their seats up. Audi is coming out with a touring version, but it completely ruins the proportions.
Rear seats: A sharply dropping roofline means suitable space for infants or grocery bags, or people you don't really like.
Rear seats: More people means more weight. True to its sports car mission, the 370Z doesn't even have rear seats so you won't be tempted to overload the car.
Rear seats: Some padded areas behind the front seats resemble a place to sit down, but you'll have to be a child or a jockey to fit with any sense of comfort.
Rear seats: Almost roomy compared with other coupes, it is possible for adults to sit back here. But the narrow windows and massive C pillars make the rear seats a cave.
Rear seats: Legroom can get a little tight in back with taller occupants in the front seats. But the Challenger actually has room for adults in the rear seats.
Rear seats: The padded areas in back will make your groceries comfortable, but that's about it. The rear seats mainly serve as bookends for the two big speakers on the pillar between them.