loadspace

loadspace

(ˈləʊdˌspeɪs)
n
(Automotive Engineering) the area in a motor vehicle where a load can be carried
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That means a loadspace length that rises from 1781mm in a standard Caddy to 2250mm in the Maxi version.
Further choices can be made when it comes to the bulkhead between cabin and loadspace.
You won't find anything more accommodating than the Auris, which is 285mm longer than the hatchback - all dedicated to extra loadspace.
5cm longer overall - all dedicated to the extended loadspace.
And to prove it's not all cosmetic, this 197bhp version was equipped with a power-operated tailgate and loadspace track system.
And to prove it's not all cosmetic, this 200hp version was equipped with a power-operated tailgate and loadspace track system.
The rear seats are easy to flip up and down and all five rear seats fold flat to expand loadspace, as does the front passenger seat for carrying really long items.
Ford claims class-leading loadspace with more width between the rear wheelarches than any rival.
The middle and rear seats fold away in a simple one-handed operation and provide a huge amount of flat loadspace - up to 2,297 litres.
This travels on roof-mounted rails to allow flexibility of loadspace, enhancing the Connect's reputation as the 'Mr Versatile' of light vans.
The centre row features three individual seats that can be moved by up to 160mm back and forth if required and, when not in use, can be easily folded to create a flat loadspace, as do the two rear seats.
It features water-resistant upholstery, driver's airbag, seatbelts, and two lockable storage areas with a combined loadspace of 86 litres.