What's the best car to it a fold-up electric buggy in?

My disabled sister has bought a small, fold-up electric buggy to give her mobility when she is out of her car. She needs a car that can be fitted with a winch to lift the buggy in and out of the back. She has a small city-centre parking space which limits the maximum length of the car to 4.1 metres, and she wants a petrol automatic - if it can be a hybrid so much the better. I would be very grateful for any suggestions.

Asked on 16 November 2018 by Penner

Answered by Andrew Brady
A Honda Jazz could work. It's got a big boot for its size and an electric buggy should fit in it with the rear seats dropped down. It's very reliable and the CVT automatic gearbox works well with the 1.3-litre petrol engine.
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