How Wide Is a Car?

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The average width of a compact and medium size car is around 6 feet. This can vary if there are any outside accessories on the car as well. Most trucks are around 6. 4 feet in width. The internal width of a car is around 40 to 52 inches depending on amount of padding and door panel thickness.
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It all depends on what kind of car that you purchase. The size of the car usually is determined on the size of the engine in it. If you have a smaller engine the car will be smaller in width.
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