Mark Justus 5pts Only the Korean brands have sufficient legroom for tall individuals. The new full size caddy has the most legroom in over a 20 year period. Problem is you feel like you are tilting forward when driving. The Hyundai genesis has great left foot room but the accelerator is about three inches closer than the left foot rest.I drive a jag xk that has more front legroom than any car I have owned in a while. Even more than the Lexus 460 which I sold to buy the Jag. The equus is great in the legroom department. The comments I see here mostly ignore that this is a large sedan ala Lexus 460L. Not a camry or accord. If you are looking at a large highway cruiser with lots of room, that is what this car is about. Of course it is not a sporty euro sedan, but, its not $ 90k or higher either. The Lexus is not a sporty euro ride and it was never intended to be. Lots of bang for the buck for a large car. I like it much better than the Avalon and its larger up front than the avalon. I will buy either this or the equus shortly. I would buy a buick but not enough legroom. I cannot understand why car builders have not recognized that people are getting taller and bigger. It took the shoe companies 20 years to catch up. You would think that the car makers other than the Korean brands would do the same.