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    Seat Gap Filler for Extra Storage

    We need a bit more storage for key fob, phones, glasses etc. Has anyone used the seat gap fillers successfully in the 2017/2018? Something like this:



    https://www.amazon.com/Power-Tiger-C.../dp/B0743663D3

    Wondering how stable it stays while people get in and out, hitting bumps, sudden stops, etc?

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    I just ordered these. I'll report back when I get to try them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGNAL_CX5 View Post
    I just ordered these. I'll report back when I get to try them.
    Did you get to try them yet?

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    From the photos on amazon, this resides between the seat and the centre console (where the gear lever, EPB etc live)

    Correct me if I am wrong but there isn't actually that much space to put this in the CX-5
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    On my 2018 CX5 there is zero space between the seats and centre console. Like, barely enough to fit a finger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShotFromTheHip View Post
    On my 2018 CX5 there is zero space between the seats and centre console. Like, barely enough to fit a finger!
    Then maybe you should look at a centre console organiser
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    I’m not interested in buying an organiser, I was just pointing out that I’m surprised at the gap difference between different models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeler8ing View Post
    From the photos on amazon, this resides between the seat and the centre console (where the gear lever, EPB etc live)

    Correct me if I am wrong but there isn't actually that much space to put this in the CX-5
    The skinny part fits between the seat and the console, the thicker, wider storage area sits on top of the seat bolster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphadog00 View Post
    The skinny part fits between the seat and the console, the thicker, wider storage area sits on top of the seat bolster.
    I wouldn't like that sort of thing next to my leg but hey that's personal preference.
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    1st world problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natey View Post
    1st world problems.

    In the boot (lol2)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xeler8ing View Post
    I wouldn't like that sort of thing next to my leg but hey that's personal preference.
    I was thinking the same thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natey View Post
    1st world problems.

    It needs it's own seat belt

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