As a security guard I tend to work a lot of overtime so most times I have three or four hour gaps between shifts. I figure do one shift then catch a nap in my car then start my other shift. Which between the two has more space and more comfortable .
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I have an older 1997 Camry and a 2014 Corolla. The Corolla is cramped and the only way you could sleep in it is if you can sleep in the driver’s seat. With my older Camry, at least I can fold the backseats down.
Last summer I drove a 2020 Corolla around for 3 weeks and the 2020 model is somewhat more comfortable than the 2014 model. Older Corollas in general are more compact and more cramped.
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Pre-retirement I worked 3 hours from home (one way) for several years. After long days midweek, that sometimes meant sleeping in the car at a rest-stop made more sense than a 6-hour round trip. I slept best with the rear seat folded, laying out in the back. Buy a compact camping air mattress and the car that has flattest area with the seats folded down will be best to sleep in. (Makeshift curtains help too!)
The Corolla hatchback or any hatchback. You can fold the back seats flat and sleep on your “bed”
Neither is made for sleeping like a 1955 Nash Rambler was. The Camry has more passenger space though., than the Corolla. How much space you need depends how big you are.
Camry is a bigger more comfortable car.