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Old 12-12-2010, 01:08 PM
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Does any one know the max load that MY09 WRX Sedan's boot can take?
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I remember reading it was around the 400L mark.

Cargo Capacity: 420 litres.
http://www.carplanet.com.au/2010-subaru-wrx-review

MY09/MY10 sedans were pretty much identical from memory.
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Sorry, I meant weight.
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Kerb Weight (kg) 1410

Gross Vehicle Mass (kg) 1890

Pay Load (kg) 480

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Thanks for these info.

Actually I want to put a 60kg object in the boot, but I worry about if it would brake the boot board.
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Is the spare tyre touching the underside of the board? That will support the weight (so the board doesn't bend when you put the big sub etc in)
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Take the board & spare out & plonk it in the wheel well if it's just temporary, I've had complete Subaru motors in mine without a problem.
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take the board & spare out & plonk it in the wheel well if it's just temporary, i've had complete subaru motors in mine without a problem.
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I weigh more than 60kg and i've jumped in the back of the boot without any problems...
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