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Chock Full O' Nuts - 2014 BMW i3 Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited November 2015 in BMW
imageChock Full O' Nuts - 2014 BMW i3 Long-Term Road Test

We're nuts about our 2014 BMW i3 test car. Just look at the cargo hold.

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Comments

  • Kelly, have you ever calculated just how many boxes of cookies and nuts you've transported over the years?
  • throwback said:

    Kelly, have you ever calculated just how many boxes of cookies and nuts you've transported over the years?

    More fun if Kelly counts how many kooks and nuts she has transported over the years.
  • darexdarex Posts: 187
    How come reviews here never remove the tonneau cover, so as to fully realize the full cargo-carrying capacity of the hatches they review? It's so goofy!
  • 7driver7driver Posts: 145
    darex said:

    How come reviews here never remove the tonneau cover, so as to fully realize the full cargo-carrying capacity of the hatches they review? It's so goofy!

    When I drove a hatchback it was much easier to fold down a backseat or, as Kelly has done, use some other space. The only real need to remove the cover comes when you need to haul more cargo than can fit under the cover as well as backseat passengers.
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