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Hyundai i30 2013: Why does it have tie downs fixed to the metal body in the boot?

Asked by Philip

I have a 2013 Hyundai i30 tourer, which has tie downs in the boot fixed to the metal body. But in the PD i30 and Kona the tie downs are attached to the plastic non-fixed boot floor. Hyundai tell me they have no load weighting. What is the use of tie downs if they don't tie down weights?

Answered by CarsGuide

20 Nov 2017 Graham Smith

They’re obviously not there to hold down heavy items, more to prevent the shopping from moving around.

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