'trying to justify a Brera to Mrs Morte. We only need 2 seats, so is it effectively a hatchback if you fold the rear seats down?
I went from a 5 door A3, to a Brera.'trying to justify a Brera to Mrs Morte. We only need 2 seats, so is it effectively a hatchback if you fold the rear seats down?
Yep, its a big enough boot, but awkward to get at. I have to be careful when putting stuff in or taking stuff out that I don't scratch the rear...or fall in it. Its like getting stuff in and out of a bath tub...when you were a 5 year old kid.You can get more in it than in a 147's boot.
The only issue with the Brera boot is burning yourself
on the exhaust when putting stuff in there when you're
I believe a quick trip to Mangoletsi can get you a bit more power and the sound you require from a 2.2 with their performance tuning.I just went down and test drove one, and of course looked in the boot. It is indeed big! Thank god.
The problem is finding the right model now. It'll have to be a 2.2 as the 3.2 would kill me on fuel. The S has the sound I like, but of course no blue and me and no SV. bah! I remember this problem when I looked before.
mrs Morte is driving at the w/e.
The point of the original question was to do with replacing my GTV V6 and 147 with a single car. Should the Brera have had a GTV size luggage capacity, it would be out of the question. However, it doesn't, so it's fine.im not sure i understand what most people want out of there boot space?
its a car...not a haulage vehicle, or a "trailer"
its primarily for moving people, with the option of a space for "occasional" items, like shopping or luggage, more than that its not.
as its only a 2+2 car, it is equipted with a 2+2 boot.
if you need a car for moving regular loads then its an estate or 4x4 for you.
its like saying theres not much carring capacity for luggage on my harley......its not ment for that, doh
or have i got this all wrong?