The Jazz’s boot is nearly as big as those in some small family cars, at least on paper, and very well thought out. Admittedly, there’s a small lip to lift bags over, but the boot is quite close to the ground, so this isn’t a huge issue.
The sides are generally flush with the car’s body, so it’s possible to make the most of the available space. There’s certainly enough room for a large pushchair, or two large suitcases and other items. Folding the rear seats flat creates an even larger and equally uncluttered load area. Below the boot floor are more storage spaces for smaller items you may wish to keep out of sight.
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