Cars with the most cargo capacity

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Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet (2014)Ford Explorer (2017)Volvo XC60 (2015)Ford F-150 XLT (2014)Ford F-150 XL (2014)Ford F-150 Platinum (2014)Ford F-150 SVT Raptor (2014)Toyota 4Runner SR5 (2014)Mercedes-Benz G550 (2014)Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG (2014)
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Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet (2014)
Ford Explorer (2017)
Volvo XC60 (2015)
Ford F-150 XLT (2014)
Ford F-150 XL (2014)
Ford F-150 Platinum (2014)
Ford F-150 SVT Raptor (2014)
Toyota 4Runner SR5 (2014)
Mercedes-Benz G550 (2014)
Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG (2014)
Cargo volumeA larger cargo area is more practical as it allows you to transport more things.
Cargo volumeA larger cargo area is more practical as it allows you to transport more things.3448l
2313.5l
1909l
1569l
1569l
1569l
1569l
1337l
1280l
1280l
Cargo volume (seats down)A larger cargo area is more practical as it allows you to transport more things. With some vehicles you can put the rear seats down in order to gain more space for cargo.
Cargo volume (seats down)A larger cargo area is more practical as it allows you to transport more things. With some vehicles you can put the rear seats down in order to gain more space for cargo.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.2127l
2127l
HorsepowerHorsepower is the most common unit for measuring the power of an engine.
HorsepowerHorsepower is the most common unit for measuring the power of an engine.265hp
290hp
240hp
302hp
302hp
360hp
411hp
270hp
382hp
536hp
Maximum torqueTorque is a measurement of an engine’s power, closely related to horsepower. More torque indicates a more powerful vehicle and is also a good indication of its acceleration.
Maximum torqueTorque is a measurement of an engine’s power, closely related to horsepower. More torque indicates a more powerful vehicle and is also a good indication of its acceleration.336Nm
345Nm
258Nm
377Nm
377Nm
515Nm
588Nm
377Nm
530Nm
759Nm
Top speedThe fastest speed that the vehicle can reach.
Top speedThe fastest speed that the vehicle can reach.N.A.N.A.225km/h
N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.
Acceleration time (0-60 km/h)The time it takes for the car to accelerate from 0-60 kilometres per hour.
Acceleration time (0-60 km/h)The time it takes for the car to accelerate from 0-60 kilometres per hour.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.
Acceleration time (0-100 km/h)The time it takes for the car to accelerate from 0-100 kilometres per hour.
Acceleration time (0-100 km/h)The time it takes for the car to accelerate from 0-100 kilometres per hour.N.A.N.A.6.2s
N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.N.A.5.4s
Fuel economy (highway)Fuel economy is a measurement of fuel efficiency, based on how far you can travel with a certain amount of petrol (gasoline). A lower fuel economy means the car will be cheaper to run.
Fuel economy (highway)Fuel economy is a measurement of fuel efficiency, based on how far you can travel with a certain amount of petrol (gasoline). A lower fuel economy means the car will be cheaper to run.10.7l/100 km
9.8l/100 km
7.6l/100 km
12.3l/100 km
12.3l/100 km
12.3l/100 km
12.3l/100 km
12.8l/100 km
18.8l/100 km
20.2l/100 km
Fuel economy (city)Fuel economy is a measurement of fuel efficiency, based on how far you can travel with a certain amount of petrol (gasoline). A lower fuel economy means the car will be cheaper to run.
Fuel economy (city)Fuel economy is a measurement of fuel efficiency, based on how far you can travel with a certain amount of petrol (gasoline). A lower fuel economy means the car will be cheaper to run.13.8l/100 km
13.84l/100 km
9.8l/100 km
16.6l/100 km
16.6l/100 km
16.6l/100 km
16.6l/100 km
16.6l/100 km
23.5l/100 km
23.5l/100 km
Fuel economy (combined)Fuel economy is a measurement of fuel efficiency, based on how far you can travel with a certain amount of petrol (gasoline). A higher fuel economy means the car will be cheaper to run.
Fuel economy (combined)Fuel economy is a measurement of fuel efficiency, based on how far you can travel with a certain amount of petrol (gasoline). A higher fuel economy means the car will be cheaper to run.N.A.11.76l/100 km
8.5l/100 km
14.9l/100 km
14.9l/100 km
14.9l/100 km
14.9l/100 km
14.9l/100 km
N.A.N.A.
HeightThe height represents the vertical dimension of the product.
HeightThe height represents the vertical dimension of the product.1.68m
1.78m
1.64m
1.9m
1.9m
1.9m
1.9m
1.82m
1.95m
1.94m

Love to take long road trips with friends? Interested in using your new car to transport goods for work? You’ll need to look at cars with high cargo capacities. This means that the car has space to fit people with the seats up or space to store things with the seats down. You’d be surprised, too, at just how much cargo space some of the trendiest cars come with. 

Cargo volume

This is the most important feature to look at when comparing cars based on their cargo space. Actually, there are two values to look at here: the car’s cargo volume and the car’s cargo volume with the seats down. Simply put, cargo volume refers to the total cubic liters of space in a car's cargo area. If you’re serious about cargo space, look for cars with an overall cargo volume of at least 800 liters. The cargo volume with the seats down should be at least 1,100 liters.

Fuel economy

If you’re looking for a car with lots of cargo capacity then chances are you’re likely interested in sporting around with a few friends on some longer trips, need to transport a large family, or are moving stuff around quite a bit. Whatever the reason is, you’ll also need to take a look at the car’s fuel economy, which is measured in liters/100 kilometers. A smaller number is the target.

Be sure to look at the Highway Fuel Economy, as there’s much less braking involved, as well as less acceleration from a total stop. Hybrids and fully electric cars tend to fare better in City Fuel Economy since they are designed to be more economical at low speeds and are equipped with regenerative braking which harnesses the energy generated from using the brakes. For a more complete overview, look at the Combined Fuel Economy.

Power

You can drive a car with lots of cargo space, but if it lacks power, what’s the point? The power of a car's engine is given by its horsepower. To see if the engine's horsepower is enough, take the horsepower and divide that by the car’s weight in kilograms. The resulting number is the power-to-weight ratio. Need more power when hauling heavy cargo? don’t forget to look at the car’s torque. More torque means that the car has higher pulling power. This means that it’ll fare well when carrying lots of cargo or climbing steep hills.

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