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I Love My Stag


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Well i went shopping for a new bed today, and guess what, the Stagea fitted in the boot, the slat bed (albeit in peices) matress, and my subs! Its suprising how much space the boot has.

Does anyone find for such a big car, the leg room for the back seats are small or is it just me?

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Totally agree. Leg room in the back is not much. I have a baby seat in the back and it is hard loading the baby in - definately smaller than the wifes magna. Boot is a lot bigger. I think they stretched the boot too much into the rear cabin area if you know what i mean.

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Yep, me too, but I dont think they could have moved the rear seating back any further without extending the wheel base - have a look underneath and you will see what I mean. The position of the subframe for the rear diff etc kind of precludes it because of the lack of forward floor space

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It has small leg room because A: japanese people are small and B: it's based on the same chassis as the skyline/laurel models, and as such has similar legroom. the only difference in rear seat room between the stagea and an R33 coupe is the head room, you're not jammed up against the rear window in the stagea

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