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'09 Subaru Forester XT - Hauler
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Let me tell you: we drive a piece of shit '09 Grand Caravan as our company vehicle. Sure the Stow-n-Go is nice because you don't have to leave the sets behind to get a flat load floor. However the seats are small and fucking terrible in every way. Couple that with how much of a pain in the ass it is to actually stow them or unfold them and I would rather not even have the option of it.

You have to slide the front seats all the way forward (I mean ALL THE WAY), fuck with some stupid floor flap and then yank the thing out of the hold in the floor. Then you fuck around with the stupid flap again to get it to sit right and you have a rock-hard, shitty seat to sit in.

I loaded a SAN into a brand-new Grand Caravan I rented a couple months back. Fit beautifully, but yes, the need to move the front seats all the way forward (like, under the dashboard forward) was ridiculous. And, the box containing the rack rails and power cables didn't fit anywhere but in the front seat
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