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Dear Kia subforum dwellers,

I drive a Nissan Leaf and a Citroen Berlingo Multispace. The Berlingo is great for chucking in bicycles upright with one seat folded.

Are the Soul or Niro long enough to take bicycles inside?

Thanks!
 

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I can sort of answer the Niro question.
I took some to the dump recently.
Front wheel needs to be off or set vertically.
So probably not quite as good at the Berlingo.
It's very similar to the leaf (IIRC) for length albeit a bit flatter.
 

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I carted my son' bike around in the loaner Niro and it fitted fine ... with the front wheel off ...
 

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Thanks for the answers. It's so convenient not having to remove anything in the Berlingo but front wheel off is no big deal. I've heard that the new Soul is a little longer than the last version. I may have to visit a showroom and see if they will let me try to fit a bicycle/car seat/buggy all in at once.
 

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Teslabjorn measures the boot space in his recent review of the eSoul if that's any use?
 

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It should surely be OK. It’s basically a van.
It has standard rear doors so is a car.

Tesla Model X is a van .. non-standard rear doors ...

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