The T-Roc’s boot is a practical, square shape. Plus, its 445-litre capacity (392 litres on four-wheel-drive 4Motion models) makes it slightly larger than the Q2's and Arona's, if not quite as big as a Countryman's.
The standard height-adjustable boot floor that features on front-wheel-drive versions lets you minimise the load lip that you have to heave luggage over and flatten out the step up to the rear seats when they’re folded flat. If you opt to have all four wheels driven, there’s a tiny internal lip but no option to lower the floor.
Even with the rear seats in place, front-wheel-drive T-Rocs will swallow six carry-on suitcases. That's one fewer than a Citroën C3 Aircross will take but one up on an Arona.
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