You should get the wagon
This is a discussion on Rear Seat within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey everyone. I had a favor to ask you guys. I know that the rear seat doesnt fold down in ...
Hey everyone. I had a favor to ask you guys. I know that the rear seat doesnt fold down in the WRX sedans, but I guess the armrest does so that cargo can fit from the trunk to the cabin. Would someone tell me how tall that open slot is. It is really important because I want an '03 but I need to fit my surfboard in the back because I go to school at UCSD on the beach and live half an hour away so I lock my board in my car during the day. Right now I have a Dodge Dakota with a locking tonneau cover so it isn't a problem now but I get now gas mileage at all so I need a car. Not like you guys care but if someone could tell me how tall and how wide the hole is that would be great. Thanks you guys.
I like the wagon for a wagon but when it comes down to it I would much rather have the sedan. So any help from the sedan owners on this question?
Has anyone ever tried swapping rear seats from a wagon into a sedan? Think it would work?
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i'm pretty sure a surfboard wouldn't fit in that slot. it's wide enough, but there's no way it's tall enough, unless you have one of those 1950's style longboards
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i've had problems gettin a snowboard to fit in there let alone a surfboard... id just go w/ the wagon
That is a bummer... now I probably can't get the WRX and I definently don't want a wagon, just not my style.
what about altering some yakima roofrack?
Its not a problem carrying the board on the outside, they have many roofracks for that. The problem is I need it locked inside the car during the day. I personally don't really care all that much since I don't have time for it that much anyways, but my dad owns my truck now and would be buying me the car, so that is his rule. Oh well. Thanks guys.