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Old 05-19-2015, 05:36 PM   #1
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How long an item can I get into my 2009 Sedan and close the trunk?

I want to pick up some 10' rain gutter. If I fold down the seats will it fit? I tried googling for an answer. If it wasn't raining right now I'd go out to the car and use a tape measure to check.

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I want to pick up some 10' rain gutter. If I fold down the seats will it fit? I tried googling for an answer. If it wasn't raining right now I'd go out to the car and use a tape measure to check.

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No, not even with the back seat down. I tried putting some 6'4'' sliding closet doors in mine and it was a no go.
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This car is lousy with cargo for a host of reasons:
- high liftover, small trunk lid
- small/narrow pass thru- area with the rear seat folded
- "moon & tune" equipped models have the subwoofer in the way. absent, it would be easier to haul long items diagonally spanning the left rear corner to the front passenger area with either the passenger seat fully reclined back, or fully slid forward.

I had a 2000 Protege Sedan. While it was a smaller car, I could always jam stuff into it. This car, not so much.
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