Definition of loadspace in English:

loadspace

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Pronunciation: /ˈləʊdspeɪs
 
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noun

The space in a motor vehicle for carrying a load: the seats lowered to create a flat loadspace [mass noun]: the wheel arches take up loadspace
More example sentences
  • A rubber mat and four tie-downs make the loadspace adaptable for many uses.
  • Boasting outstanding performance, chassis dynamics, loadspace and packaging ideas, Subaru's Forester will be present for offroad adventures.
  • The X3 is noticeably more compact externally than the X5, but offers almost as much room inside and, paradoxically, has a larger loadspace.

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