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FD2 boot space.

Hi,

I've got a civic type r but am about to import an FD2 from Japan.

Could anyone tell me about the boot.... Size ??? Do the rear seats open up to provide a hatch for long items ?? Do the seats in the rear fold down ???

Any picture would be great as I cannot seem to find any good ones !!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 14th February 2015, 23:07
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What you see is what you get. The rear seats do not move at all or fold. It is a spacious boot but no use for larger items
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Where in Leicestershire are you bunge, could be local
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Hinckley but work in Enderby !!

So the rear seats don't fold flat ??

How do you put things in that are long ??
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Hinckley but work in Enderby !!

So the rear seats don't fold flat ??

How do you put things in that are long ??
You don't unfortunately. Not what my FD2 is for, I have my other cars if anything needs moving. If you have use of another car, you'll have to use that or ask someone you know who can help out.
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rear seats are fixed but they can be removed quite easily to fit larger items. Not as practical as the euro civic
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