There's only one way to find out and that's to sit in one and see if the seat, seatbelt and steering wheel can be positioned correctly and comfortably for you. And then to see if your head doesn't brush the ceiling, which probably rules out the sun roof.
I would say that with 6'6" there is no way you'd fit a Take Up comfortably. As the seats are not height adjustable, you'd have to go to a Move Up or higher. I'm 6'3" and was not comfortable with non-height-adjustable seats.
Im 6ft average build and im changin from my golf to a up! When i first sat in 1 i cant believe the amount of room is inside it feels so spacious even with my wife next to me. I cant wait to recieve it as its a 3 foor i wont be the pub driver anymore!!!
Old post, I know. But there are still tall people out there...
I an almost 6"7 and find myself rather comfortable in the Up!.
I tried the Peugeot 107 first, but found the steering wheel too low, colliding with my legs. So the Up! is better in that aspect (and lots of others!!!
I have the Up with adjustable seat height (not in the top position) and without sunroof.
When buying, I seriously considered a lightly used 2-door vehicle with sunroof. It was slight less overhead space, but I could put up with that. However, I ended buying a 4-door without sunroof instead. For the rare occasions when we are more than two in the car, but also since I have the habit of throwing in my bag in the backseat when I am at my own.
Two things about 2/4 doors, though:
+ The slightly smaller front door in the 4-door version is easier to open in narrow parking spaces.
- But another thing occured ""“ I found myself bumping my head in the doorframe now and then when entering or exiting, a problem that would not be present in the 2-door version.
Of course there is only one thing to do ""“ try! (As had been said...) If possible, try both 2- and 4-dorr versions.
Needless to say, I am not comfortable as a backseat passenger in the Up. (Legspace is okay, if the front seat is moved. But headspace is far too low.)
I'm also 6'7" tall and my misses is 6'2". We opted for 2 doors version with the sunroof. It is a second car, so no one ever sat at the back and we never really considered 4 doors version just to have this great access for our heights.
I didn't really notice any difference in the headroom due to thebsunroof and the only thing I am missing is reach adjustable steering wheel. It was advertised as suitable for tall people at the end of the day