Q: How much more luggage space will I get with 7 more cubic feet in a trunk?

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There are: 20*4*7 = 560 cubic feet

Google this (without the ""): "(12 inches)*(10 inches)*(24 inches) in cubic feet"It gives you the answer of 1,666 cubic feet or 5/3 cubic feet

You can't fill a space with yards, only with cubic yards (27 cu.ft.).28 x 12 x 1/3 = 112 cubic feet / 27 cubic feet = 4.148148...cubic yards will be required.

It is going to be cubic feet since you gave me three dimensions. (4.5 ft * 12) * (19 feet * 12) * 3 in = 36936 cubic inches = 3078 cubic feet

Convert everything to feet, then multiply length x width x height. Answer is in cubic feet.

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It has 14.1 cubic feet of trunk space with the back seats up.

Depends on how big each luggage bag is. The 2012 Honda Accord trunk will hold 14.7 cubic feet of luggage with the back seat up. Lay the back seat down and it will hold twice that.

According to the Honda Accord website, the trunk has 14 cubic feet of usable trunk space. You can also fold the back seat down to make more space for larger items in the trunk.

The RMS Titanic was 882 feet, 6 inches long, and had a height of 175 feet. The ship held 26,800 cubic feet for the sole purpose of mail storage. First and second-class passengers had a space of 19,455 cubic feet for baggage, and there was also additional space for extra luggage. It carried about 900 tons of total luggage.

you have about 20 cubic feet of luggage capacity if that's what you're asking.

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1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet Then, 23.7 cubic feet = 23.7/27 cubic yard = 0.8778 cubic yards

A suitcase 2'6" long, 2' wide and 1' deep holds 5 cubic feet of clothes. If we restrict our discussion to objects that have rectangular cross-sections, then the volume (V) of the figures will be their length (L) times their width (W) times their height (H). V=LWH. If the object is a cube, then L = W = H = L3 and L = the cube root of the volume. In your case the cube root of 5 is about 1.7 ft. The trunk space will not be a perfect cube, but you could try arranging your luggage and estimating its combined length, width, and height. In our Toyota, the usable trunk space is further restricted by the hinges on the lid of the trunk. Another thing we don't know is how the manufacturer defines usable trunk space.

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For the 2007 Nissan Versa, the trunk size is 17.8 cubic feet. The back seats of the vehicle can also be folded down if you're in need of additional space.

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The trunk capacity is roughly 9 cubic feet. It's not much, but you can fit 2 sets of golf clubs back there.