Carrying Cargo 'n Things with Our i3's...

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Depending on your intent, you may want to experiment with removing the rear seat bench. It pops out easily and may allow the seat backs to fold flat.

Good idea, you can do that with the CX5 without removing the bench, not entirely flat though.

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Can a giant Connect 4 game fit in an i3? Well of course you already know it can because it can be broken down into its constituent parts, and easily carried along with a Corn Hole set, a crate of giant Jenga blocks, and a tub full of rental silverware stashed somewhere in the rear passenger footwell.

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A couple of months ago I posted pics of my backyard grill that got clobbered by a fallen tree, the flattened remains of which fit just in the cargo area after I took the angle grinder to it.

I picked up its replacement, but first I checked out the packaging sizes before heading out. 44.5" x 26.53" x 21" and 200 lbs! Ought to >>just<< fit with the seats folded down... or will it?

It took two guys to load it and once I got it home, I sliced open the box while it was still in the car and removed the components piece by piece. Reverse Tetris!PXL_20240601_180954404.MP.jpgPXL_20240601_181017977.MP.jpgPXL_20240601_181214107.MP.jpgPXL_20240602_003440227.jpg.
 
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