Could you recommend an easily accessible car with a wide boot opening for my wheelchair?

I'm a new wheelchair and crutch user who loves driving and this is done mostly alone. My 2003 Ford Fiesta 1.4 is great as the boot opening is wide enough to sit on, take the wheels off the chair and place in the shallow boot with the frame following. Also, there is a boot release on the dashboard a fabulous feature when your balance is shot on crutches. I'm planning for a car change and my nightmare is that many cars have shrunken boot openings so it's impossible to sit and comfortably get the chair in the car. I've discounted many vehicles as the boots have too deep a well - great for stressing the back. Three door cars are best for putting my crutches out of the way behind the drivers seat. SUVs are too high. Ideally I need to design my own based on improving the Hyundai Veloster ie large driver door, two door access other side but with boot with minimal access lip and wide opening. Is there a model that I have missed that I should look at that doesn't shout 'disabled'?

Asked on 29 June 2017 by Sarah

Answered by Honest John
I think your best bet is a Honda Jazz because the 'Magic' rear seat squabs flip up, providing space in the centre of the car for crutches, folded wheelchair, etc., as well as class-leading space behind. What's more, the rear seats fold down completely flat and low.
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