Boxy Models with Lots of Cargo Space
Do you remember this slogan? “Boxy but good.” No, it wasn’t a real slogan for a vehicle. The line is from an 80s movie called Crazy People in which an advertising executive finds himself in a psychiatric facility where he gets the patients to create truthful ad campaigns.
While it is true that in the 80s Volvos were boxy but good, they definitely don’t have that market cornered today. Kia has come out with two models with a few editions each. Even Chrysler got in on the market with the popular PT Cruiser. Here are the best boxy models in our inventory if you need to haul a lot of items with you for vacations, work, or other reasons.
The Kia Soul is extremely popular, mostly due to its sticker price. You’re going to pay a lot less for a Kia Soul than you are a PT Cruiser, but some people say you get what you pay for. You might not be able to get all of the same features or functionality. Definitely qualifying as boxy, the Soul has seating for up to five people in addition to the cargo space, making it a good option for families.
You’re going to have a lot more flexibility with the Kia Sorento. It’s still a Kia, so you get to enjoy that lower price. The Sorento can also do everything that any other SUV can do on the market today. This model might be better suited for off-roading or long road trips, but it still gets all of the features of a good SUV and family vehicle. It also seats up to 7 with all of that boxy cargo space.
Chrysler PT Cruiser
The PT Cruiser was hugely popular for a while, then it seemed to just drop away out of the public eye. But that doesn’t make the PT cruiser any more or less difficult to handle than those other boxy cars. The PT cruiser has a ton of organized cargo space in the back, behind seats, etc. It is also boxy, which can be great if you are packing like tetris for a road trip, but the cruiser is just as practical as an every day car.
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