Can you suggest an easy to load estate car with no boot lip?

I have recently come to need a mobile scooter. This dismantles into multiple parts but these are still heavy (15kg) and are a shape that make it difficult for my wife to load into a boot. I would like a small estate car which doesn't have a lip so that loading is that much easier. The Skoda Fabia is ideal apart from the lip. Any ideas?

Asked on 21 June 2017 by Robin Carney

Answered by Honest John
Maybe a Citroen Nemo, Fiat Qubo or wait for the Ford Courier Tourneo.
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