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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-17-2014, 09:39 AM Thread Starter
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Actual cargo dimensions? rather than volume

I'm curious if we able to get the actual cargo dimensions, length/depth and width, with the seats down and up. Height doesn't matter so much.

I only ever see volume referred to, and I'm curious about fitting some specific gear I'll need to transport often.

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Good question!
I need to be able to fit my tri bike plus gear so length from the rear hatch to the back of front seats would be nice to know
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While not complete, here is a some info, you can scale from here:

Cargo Liftover Height 30.2
Min width at liftgate opening 39.0 at bottom
Min height at liftgate opening 29.0
Distance between wheelhouses 37.6
http://www.allpar.com/SUVs/jeep/spec.../renegade.html
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Everyone says the vehicle is a lot bigger than it looks. Every video review everyone seems to mention that, and is impressed by the room it offers in such a compact vehicle.
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I agree with jjeep1, I'd like to get the dimensions similar to what is shown in this pic for the subaru crosstrek. I also am skeptical of the figures supplied from Allpar. If you look at most of the cargo area pictures, you can see that the distance between the wheelwells is the same as the distance across at the liftgate. This is for the version shown where the side walls are just vertical. It's one smooth transition. In some early pics, particularily of a red renegade at a car show, the side walls were more formed, having a curved wheel arch and such. Not sure which will make it to production.
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With 18 cubic feet of cargo space, that's squarely in-between the Mini Countryman and Kia Soul. What's impressive is that it has 50 cubic feet with the back seats folded down. That's in-line with a Subaru Forester, which is much bigger now than it has ever been. If you seldom have rear seat passengers, the Renegade isn't going to feel tiny at all.
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I would love to have length, width, height of the cargo
Area. Also length(depth?) back seats up and down and finally with front passenger seat and back seats down, basically what is the longest item one could fit in there.

Also from pictures it looks like the trunk area narrows at the top, is this the case?

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No problem i get my renegade wednesday 05-11-2014 11:00 AM Berlin time so i can take the measures you want ...
First I was like.. that's not soon. Then I have to remind myself about Europe and your date formats that sort properly.
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First I was like.. that's not soon. Then I have to remind myself about Europe and your date formats that sort properly.
.... uuups ... we have dd-mm-yyyy over here, because we do things right ...

tomorrow is the day ... 27 h from now on ...
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