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Rear Seats
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Hi, I'm thinking of buying a 2008-2018 Berlingo which will be my daily driver but also for the odd overnight stay. I've looked at a few boot jumps but I can't work out what happens with the rear seats. Do you have to remove them entirely before you set off? Or can you just fold them forward when you want to sleep?

Also, if they fold forward, do they fold completely flat? And what about the front seats, will these fold flat too?

Thanks!
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#2
I own 2005 and rear seats have to fold to fit boot jump. They are not flat. Newer models not sure but for boot jump or similar they don't have to be flat.

Hope it helps

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#3
Great thanks. Folding totally flat isn't a deal breaker. Glad they they don't have to come out every time though.

Anyone with a 2008-2018 know if they fold flat?
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(28-06-2020, 01:50 PM)DaveS Wrote:  Hi, I'm thinking of buying a 2008-2018 Berlingo which will be my daily driver but also for the odd overnight stay. I've looked at a few boot jumps but I can't work out what happens with the rear seats. Do you have to remove them entirely before you set off? Or can you just fold them forward when you want to sleep?

Also, if they fold forward, do they fold completely flat? And what about the front seats, will these fold flat too?

Thanks!

if u get one.....go for the one with three single seats in back [The other type is double and one single seat]........each seat just clips out....or just fold them flat.....or leave them insitu....boot jump sits behind the rear seats.....then u can do ur own camper design[boot jump]
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#5
Cheers! Is there a way to tell which is which from the year or variant name or do I have to check if I go and look?
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#6
AFAIK All the B9 XTR's have 3 individual rear seats, I'm not sure about the other trim levels/options
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#7
I have a 2021 B9 Plus trim model and it has the double and single rear seats - they both come out ok though when necessary.
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#8
Sorry 2011
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#9
Cheers Cliffy, do they fold flat? 

Any idea if they are OK with boot jump?

I'm not sure how important the 3 seats are vs the 2/1. Not sure if I should be ruling out the 2/1s or not
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look on here.........Finished Boot jump...posted by Snels
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