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Colorado / Prado 90 Cargo Dimensions


 
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 13:48    Post subject: Colorado / Prado 90 Cargo Dimensions Reply with quote

Hi guys,

I currently own a mint 100 series 4.2, but have been told a baby is on the way! Combined with us emigrating to France next year, I may need to free up some funds and sell, and I am looking at a 2002 Colorado 5 door to replace it.

My question is - do any of you know any of the rear cargo dimensions? Cargo volume (litres or cubic feet), ideally measured to the rear of the front seats, would be really useful as I carry a lot of camping stuff. I think the 100 series is around 2500 litres, I have done a search which claims the Prado 90 is ALSO 2,500 litres but I just can't believe it has the same capacity as a big old 100?!

Also, any dimensions of rear cargo width, length etc. would be really useful too.

Thanks in advance, and help would be much appreciated.

Ben
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 15:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not sure how helpful this will be but I have just unbolted all the rear seats in mine to create a van for an upcoming house move. Maximum dimensions of cargo space are now 1.98x1.43x1.11m (length-width-height) making about 3 cubic metres. With middle row seats in place length is reduced to 1.50m and there will be a width restriction for the rear-most seats in the folded up position probably equating to the 2.5 cubic metres number; how much of this is usable depends on what you want to carry. The door aperture is 1.13x1.03m (width-height).


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 15:20    Post subject: Reply with quote

I should clarify that by "middle row seats in place" I mean bolted in but folded up. Obviously less room with them fixed in the normal position but I can't measure that at the moment.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 15:34    Post subject: Reply with quote

Absolute legend! Thank you! Am pleasantly impressed - at 3000 cubic metres = 3000 litres... the 100 series has 2500 (with middle row folded not removed however). The old 90 series has a decent amount of room then. Thanks again, ben
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