Trades Small Rear Seat for Bigger Trunk - 2015 BMW M235i Convertible Long-Term Road Test

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imageTrades Small Rear Seat for Bigger Trunk - 2015 BMW M235i Convertible Long-Term Road Test

The 2015 BMW M235i may be stingy when it comes to rear seat passenger room, but it pays off in other areas, like a trunk that holds more than it initially appears.

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  • darthbimmerdarthbimmer Member Posts: 606
    I have a 135 convertible and like the fact that the trunk is suitable for daily errands and weekend getaways in our two-person household. The value of this $50k car would be severely impaired if the trunk couldn't accommodate two people's bags for a trip to a resort down the coast or up in the mountains.

    Of course, those bags need to be soft bags to fit in the L-shaped trunk area. When I wedge in a standard roll-aboard suitcase it's hard to fit other bags around it. I'll be curious to see what you find with the 235's marginally larger trunk.
  • dlrodgersdlrodgers Member Posts: 7
    In the coupe you can put in golf bag IF you remove 465CC driver and lay over the top of bag, and remember coupe has fold down rear seats and since when does price point have ANYTHING to do with practicality? Try putting golf clubs into a Cayman...
  • quadricyclequadricycle Member Posts: 827
    dlrodgers said:

    Try putting golf clubs into a Cayman...

    You can't, which only serves to increase my desire for a Cayman.
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