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Boot space

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by big red, Oct 2, 2019.

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  1. Kizzeh

    Kizzeh Well-Known Member

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    I used to carry my Great Dane and mastiff in mine at the same time but neither dogs lay down whilst driving.
    I prefer taking the Dane out in the freelander than anything else because of wedges him in a bit and he has his own window to breath out of
     

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    Kizzeh Well-Known Member

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    Excuse the messy car, found a better picture of him laying down. He DOES NOT lay down unless he is sleeping hence his slightly uncomfortable posture, but you get the idea. It is possible for a Great Dane to lay down in the boot of a freelander
     

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    I would have thought the freelander 2 would be better for transporting animals
     
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    It is, but it costs 5 times as much to buy. ;)
     
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    I never said life was perfect. I know I own a Freelander 1 :confused:
     
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    I know that one. Mine's been a bitch recently. I'm hoping I'm through the worst of it, but I suspect it's just keeping me in suspense for now.
     
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    Kizzeh Well-Known Member

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    Doesn’t have the drop down window. That was a massive plus for me.
     
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    I found space a bit tight on my recent trip but managed okay... 20190921_091203.jpg
     
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    Absolutely. I've got 4.6 M lengths of timber in mine, where the excess pokes out the rear window. I do find that the FL1 is very versatile, when it comes to transportation of unusually shaped or long objects.
     
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    Daughter has a Dalmatian, so similar in size to a greyhound. It fits comfortably in the boot.
     
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