loadspace

loadspace

(ˈləʊdˌspeɪs)
n
(Automotive Engineering) the area in a motor vehicle where a load can be carried
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The 14.1kWh battery pack beneath the loadspace floor and can be recharged in six hours at a conventional 230-volt power output, or 2.4 hours via a 7.2kW AC charger.
The car has five seats, innovative storage, a substantial rear loadspace of over 1,453 litres and 27 litres in the front storage compartment.
The middle three are individual and adjustable for legroom and they fold down to make even more loadspace.
The middle row are individual and adjustable for legroom, and they fold down to make even more loadspace.
Instead of the Discovery's seven-seat set-up it offers two seats and 1,856 litres of loadspace accessed by a powered tailgate, towing capacity up to 3.5 tonnes and Land Rover's Terrain Response system.
The right-hand rear seat folds to accommodate long items and customers can also specify a Power Deployable Veneered Loadspace Floor for the first time, making loading and unloading luggage easier than ever.
The squared tail means the loadspace is good for bulky items and it has a good standard minimum bootspace which triples when the seats are folded away and that's very quick and easy to do.
Thicker door seals and upgraded carpets (that's attention to detail) have made the interior quieter than before, while the rear seats now fold flat with a single lever pull, producing the sort of loadspace that makes the CR-V a natural choice for owners with lots of stuff to shift.
The F Sport model fans the flames of desire with a truckload of extras including dedicated front and rear bumpers plus snazzy 20-inch alloy wheels, black door mirror housings and a powered tailgate providing access to a decent loadspace.
Oddments provision and a massive loadspace in the back behind the drop-down tailgate make this ideal for a weekend away on an active break.
In addition, the position of the roof doesn't affect loadspace, with a 251-litre boot offering practicality.
You will most likely find it is called a Household Recycling Centre now, but it's still really a tip -- and still represents the most rigorous test of a car's meticulously designed 'loadspace'.