Hiring a car is popular, and it can be used for a variety of reasons, from getting around the city to a more expansive vehicle for a family vacation. The vehicle's storage capacity is just as important as the vehicle's passenger capacity and driving attributes. You must rent a vehicle with the appropriate boot seating capacity depending on individual luggage requirements. The following classifications are made on the basis of the cargo areas.
Normal: 280 to 290 liters
Most vehicle models, such as the Toyota Yaris, have a cargo room of about 2 to 3 medium-sized sacks or cases.
Deep: 360-400 liters
These vehicles have a deeper trunk capacity to accommodate more checked baggage, despite their bigger overall dimensions. With a 400 liters capacity, the trunk of Ford Focus and Nissan Juke is wider. If you're traveling with a three-person family or group, this is a good option.
Large – 400 to 550 L
The boot space in these vehicles is much larger due to their longer overall shape, which allows them to accommodate a wider variety of belongings as well as other goods. Besides the large front and rear seats, the cargo space has a capacity of 400-550 liters.
Extra Large: 440 to 650 liters
These high-end luxury cars have more cargo room, but their prices may be a bit more than those of other heavy vehicles. Although the seat backs are open in vehicles like the Ford Kuga and Mercedes C Class, the cargo space is enormous.
Colossal: 700 to 1300 liters
These vehicles are the biggest of the bunch, and they're a prominent destination for people and family vacations. If you're going on a long trip, you'll need a vehicle that can carry all of your long-essential goods, like a Citroen Picasso.
At Ajay Car Rental (ACR), you will find all kinds of rental cars with varied cargo spaces. Choose from a range of affordable rentals only with us.