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midas relif

2017 XLT SWB inside dimensions?

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Hello

I am picking up my 2017 XLT SWB in 2 weeks. Can someone tell me the dimensions from the back of the driver/passenger seat (moved back as far as possible) to the back of the van.

Hoping my 68" Honda Grom motorcycle will fit, without having to angle it. (of course with second row removed :P)

Thanks

Midas

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I have a 2014 SWB wagon (same body I think?) and with the passenger seat BACK as far as possible, there's no way you have 68".  With the passenger seat FORWARD as far as possible and the seat back forward too, I think you'll get it in there . . . . if you're not planning on carrying  passenger

Don

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I fit my 2015 KTM 390 Duke in the 2016 SWB without angling it. The front wheel does sit between the front two seats tho. your grom should be fine...

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2 hours ago, Chumba said:

I fit my 2015 KTM 390 Duke in the 2016 SWB without angling it. The front wheel does sit between the front two seats tho. your grom should be fine...

You removed the console?

Don

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With the seats back and tilted back I measured 63 inches in my 2012 SWB.  That's why I call my van my Main Squeeze. 

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