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- Front seats are supportive but the footwell space is tight.
- Car parks are no longer places to leave the car, they are also somewhere to dump the detritus that fills the footwells of our vehicles.
- The only real problem with the load area is that items tend to slide forward and drop into what is effectively the rear footwell and then under the front seats.
- Smaller dogs, cats and other creatures should be placed in a pet carrier that is secured by a conventional seatbelt or firmly wedged in the car footwell.
- The rear footwell swallows the thin third seat when folded, and places the seatback flush with the load floor.
- However, the narrow footwell means there's no space to rest your left foot, so you end up with your leg bent, foot poised just above the clutch pedal.
- We found Nikki's lack of footwells inconvenient when disposing of old crisp bags, apple cores, unspooled tapes, Snack-a-Jack packets and pop cans, although there was ample room in the rear.
- Her soccer bag was in the footwell behind David's seat, and she reached into it to get her sweatshirt.
- Two days later, as she was clearing out the car for a new windscreen, she discovered a two-and-half inch long, one-and-half inch diameter solid metal cylinder in the footwell of the passenger seat.
- The seats are some of the most comfortable in this size of car, and there are unobtrusive stowage spaces - including concealed compartments in the front footwells.
- But he returned to find the doors unlocked, and the case missing from the footwell behind the driver's seat.
- The rear footwells of my car always contain ample beverages for a week, so I rarely buy drinks out.
- This was a car in which tools had been discovered in the footwell of the passenger seat.
- It needs to be the correct size and should be held firmly in place with the seat belt or by wedging it firmly in the footwell.
- Removable stowage boxes which fit into the rear footwells are available as an option.
- It ripped all the pedals off in the footwell and damaged the seat but the car stood up very well.
- However, I found plenty of room in the driver's seat and was pleased to note a large footwell with plenty of space between the pedals and even a clutch footrest.
- Every possible area of free space is utilised including arm rests, footwells, door panels, under-seat drawers and the 15 litre optional centre console.
- Pedals live down in the footwell, where you cannot see them, or your feet, but they are all there, plus a foot rest for the left leg - an important part of any race car engineering.
- I like the space in the footwell - we often drive on skiing holidays so I have to be able to drive wearing boots.
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