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I haven't seen exact volume specs but they did show how you can configure it and what you can fit in it with those configurations, which does give a good idea of what other things can go in it.
 

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Seeing how they're the same vehicle, it should be just around the same, if smaller it shouldn't be small enough to matter that much.
 

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The cargo volume on the 2015 Fit is 52.7 cubic feet (with seats down). I'm assuming the HR-V will have slightly more volume since it's approximately 9 inches longer, 3 inches wider, and 3 inches higher than the Fit.
 

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onda says the cargo volume behind the backseat is 14.3 cubic feet (including the storage bin underneath the cargo floor), which puts it ahead of the Juke's 10.5 cubic feet but behind the Subaru XV Crosstrek's 22.3 cubic feet. The Vezel has a 60/40-split backseat that tips up and folds down as in the current and future Fits.
not too bad...
 

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Vezel cargo dimensions......

The HRV will probably be the same dimensions as the vezel. Does anyone know the cargo dimensions of the Vezel with the seat down? (this vehicle has been sold for more than a year now)
 

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Considering when that's when it all started... the timing of us getting it isn't too bad. At least it's happening now instead of years down the road from now.
 

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Here's that cargo dimension list for easy viewing.

Cargo Area Depth (Back Seats up) 26.77" / 31.5" / 37.40"
Cargo Area Depth (Back Seats down) 59.45" / 64.41" / 61.81"
Cargo Area Width (Between wheels) 40.16" / 38.58" / 47.13"
Cargo Area Height 38.19"/ 35.43" / 38.78"
 

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Being longer than the CRV and seeing how that plays into cargo and cabin space, people getting this should be happy enough with the overall space the HRV offers.
 

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Does anyone knows the cargo capacity in litres?
I want just to compare with Nissan qashqai (406 lt), Audi Q3 (460 lt) and CRV (589 lt !!!)
 

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Here's that cargo dimension list for easy viewing.
Thanks for these measurements. That resolves one question I had which is can I load my golf clubs in the back flat? Standard drivers are between 43-48" in length, so I'm either standing them up in the back seat, or laying a seat down, or tilting them in the cargo area with the back seats up. Not ideal, but all workable solutions.
 

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Thanks for these measurements. That resolves one question I had which is can I load my golf clubs in the back flat? Standard drivers are between 43-48" in length, so I'm either standing them up in the back seat, or laying a seat down, or tilting them in the cargo area with the back seats up. Not ideal, but all workable solutions.
Golf bags should fit with the seats still up.....
 

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Here is something funny. A buddy of mine had a mazdaspeed 3 hatch. It was the previous generation. He always had to remove his driver from his bag in order to get the to fit. My 04 Civic had no problem swallowing my bag, room for even more. I think people interested in the CX3 will find minimal cargo room.
 

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I'm interested in a very specific cargo height measurement. I'd like to put a road bike in the back of an HR-V in the same way I do my 2011 Fit - rear of the bike first. Doing it this way means the bike stands vertical and I can get two bikes in and bags for a getaway trip.

The new fits lost some height inside and now my bike doesn't fit!

So, does anyone have a height measurement for when the seats are down and from the "deck" to the ceiling right at the rear seat area? It's seems that 35" is for the trunk opening, but it gets taller around the rear seat area..... I'm hoping this gives us the height we need.
 
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