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  • n. The distance an item must be lifted in order to load it into a vehicle.


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lift +‎ over


  • Stowing and towing are even easier in the new five-passenger Escape, thanks to a low liftover height of 27 inches, more innovations and cargo volume that surpasses the outgoing Escape - with 68.1 cubic feet of space behind the first row and 34.3 cubic feet behind the second row.

  • At about 30 inches, the liftover to the cargo space is about as high as that on bigger crossovers like the Chevrolet Traverse. - RSS

  • Anyone who's short in stature will love the low floor height and negligible liftover at the back hatch opening. Front Page

  • I especially appreciated that there was no liftover at the rear cargo floor, so I didn't have to hoist heavy suitcases very far off the pavement. - News :

  • The trunk provides an exceptionally large 16.6 cubic feet, with a conveniently low liftover for loading heavy cargo.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

  • The tailgate opens down to a 33. 9-inch liftover, and the high roof and upright sides give a wide opening that even fits two dog kennels side by side.

    The Car Connection

  • With the Cube’s tail-lights across the bumper, the liftover height is tall.

    Nissan Cube—Getting inside the box


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