Car size has been the topic of many gearhead debates over the years—and it’s one that should easily be settled with a simple check of the dimensions portion on a spec sheet. Of course, who’s going to bother pulling a page full of numbers out in the middle of an argument?
Now, we finally have a solution: carsized.com is a website that will lay out a car’s dimensions visually for all to see.
We’ve been having a bit of fun with the website since we discovered it. Some of the size comparisons we’ve done so far include the Mazda MX-5 versus a current-generation Toyota Land Cruiser (because why not?), and the Toyota Corolla Lovelife against the 2022 Vios.
The website isn’t perfect, though. Its roster of brands and models caters to mostly western markets and needs a bit of updating. For example, the Toyota Fortuner is included, but only its first-generation version.
Besides the modest amount of cars available, this website looks promising. Let us know what models you tried out with carsized.com in the comments section.