2014 BMW i3: Do the Wheels Fit?
by Scott Oldham, Editor-in-Chief on December 9, 2015
According to BMW, our long-term 2014 BMW i3 has 36.9 cubic feet of cargo space once you drop both sides of its split-folding rear seat.
Great, but what exactly does that mean?
Last week I learned that it means the i3's "trunk" can handle four 19-inch diameter billet wheels of various widths pretty easily. Make that very easily, with plenty of height space and some floor space left over.
The BMW's low lift-over height and flat floor should also be called out. This is a well-thought out design with real consumer benefits.
Scott Oldham, Editor-in-Chief @ 10,010 miles