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Offline ?Impact

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Re: Addressing climate change
« Reply #240 on: November 27, 2019, 07:24:20 pm »
It looks like rear seat headroom will be an issue with this thing.

The few reviews I have seen from people who have actually had a ride in it, including in the rear seat, say it is roomy. Also note that it can seat 6 passengers if you fold down the middle seat in the front.

I just can't see myself putting a half yard of bark mulch, sand or gravel in the back of that thing.

I expect the stainless steel body will stand up far better than any other truck on the road, and then you could always put in a bed liner if you really wanted to but far less need.

Now the only other thing I can think of that might be an issue is the volume of the truck bed. (I would actually have to see the 2 vehicles side-by-side to determine whether it is an issue or not.)

It is a 6' bed. They never mentioned if they would make an 8' bed, but most of the trucks sold today are 6' anyway. There are also a few 5' ones out there but not that many.

If you want to put in a generic camper however that would be a problem. There will however be a tent camper option.