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A full-size car is term used in North America for an automobile larger than a mid-size car, usually having a wheelbase greater than 2.79 metres (110 inches). Another definition specifies greater than 120 ft³ (3300 L) of interior volume. In North America, sales of these cars have been declining since the 1970s with rising fuel prices. A well-known example of a full-size car is the Ford Crown Victoria.
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