What cheap petrol car can carry a moped in the back?

I need a cheap to run petrol vehicle on a budget of £3000 which is suitable for the London ULEZ and also needs to carry a moped in the back. Rear seats are unimportant as they can be removed.

Asked on 8 October 2019 by Steve

Answered by Dan Powell
I'd recommend a van-based MPV. Something like the Fiat Qubo petrol should fit the bill, as the rear seats can be removed when not needed. Or a petrol version of the Citroen Berlingo Multispace.
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