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The space in a motor vehicle for carrying a load.
- ‘A rubber mat and four tie-downs make the loadspace adaptable for many uses.’
- ‘There is plenty of space inside the car, a whopping amount of loadspace in the boot and a seriously large fuel tank to give the car a superb long-distance touring ability.’
- ‘Meriva can be transformed in a matter of seconds (ten seconds per seat) from a five-seater to a single seater with acres of loadspace.’
- ‘Whichever Relay body operators choose, they'll be getting one of the most practical and thoughtfully designed loadspaces in the class.’
- ‘Is the only way to do this using each of these with separate loadspaces?’
- ‘At the rear, a full height, top hinged tailgate, flanked by high visibility rear lamp clusters, is designed to offer full width access to the loadspace throughout the low-silled aperture.’
- ‘The LWB can handle weights up to 809 kg with 3.07m³ of loadspace with the 2nd row seat folded.’
- ‘Protect the interior fabric of your loadspace up to window height with this flexible, heavy-duty, waterproof Liner.’
- ‘Lashing points are handily placed in each corner of the loadspace to secure any awkward-shaped packages.’
- ‘We can supply the trailers in standard form or we can build a kit to transform the loadspace into whatever you wish.’
- ‘The X3 is noticeably more compact externally than the X5, but offers almost as much room inside and, paradoxically, has a larger loadspace.’
- ‘Even with the rear seats raised, the loadspace is capable of taking the bulkiest of items.’
- ‘The front passenger seat also folds flat to maximise loadspace.’
- ‘Some manufacturers increase the flexibility of their closed loadspaces by adding folding rear seats to allow the occasional transport of luggage that would have otherwise required a much larger vehicle.’
- ‘Behind the cab, the loadspace comes with the same dimensions as before.’
- ‘The Hyundai does not have a boot - it's more like a hatchback with split-folding rear seats and not a lot of loadspace.’
- ‘More importantly, I can carry all my tools in the car, and be less worried about walking away from it because - and this is a biggie for me in the utilitarian department - the loadspaces are lockable.’
- ‘Each gives you a choice of cabs, loadspace, and payloads so whatever your needs, there's a model to suit.’
- ‘Even with the rear seats raised, the loadspace is capable of swallowing the bulkiest of items.’
- ‘Boasting outstanding performance, chassis dynamics, loadspace and packaging ideas, Subaru's Forester will be present for offroad adventures.’
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