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    Quote Originally Posted by Billyboy View Post
    I'd like to be able to fit 2 boards, 4 sails, 2 masts and 2 booms in as well as 2 kids so I don't have to keep loading/unloading. That is "nice to have" though - I can't do it now. I can put sails/masts/booms on the roof in a quiverack but would rather not if poss as it would mean not getting in to some carparks and +++fuel.
    Yesterday I tested if the NV200 would be able to bring all our gear to the airport. Without folding the front passenger seat, I fitted a FO tripple board bag, a FO roller bag and a quiverbag inside, with space left for a couple of "normal" bags. Was quite impressed by it. All in all it were 4 (wave)boards, 7 masts, 7 sails & 4 booms. Kids wouldn't fit anymore though!

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    Is that the NV200 with windows and seats or the van type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsparky View Post
    Is that the NV200 with windows and seats or the van type?
    The one with the seats. Rear seats were folded halfway down, front passenger seat moved a bit towards, but still usable.

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    Thanks bman,
    I've only had a drive in the van type and it wasn't as refined as I'd hoped.
    How does the 'car' version drive especially on long journeys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsparky View Post
    How does the 'car' version drive especially on long journeys?
    Wouldn't recommend it for anything over two hours. Driver seat is (too) short for me (1.82m). Keep in mind though that this one is now three years old, so maybe they changed some things by now.

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    That was my feeling when I drove the van, it's a shame as size wise it sits nicely between the smaller combi vans/cars and the bigger VW Transporter sized vehicles.

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