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Why not just take a measurement between the side panels and another from the rear seats to the closed liftgate, just to be sure? If it will be a loaded palette get a height measurement too.
 

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Do you think my 2015 Enclave can carry a standard (48x40) pallet and will it pass through the lift gate opening? Thanks.
I have a 2011 Enclave. The interior cargo area with the seats folded down is wider than the tailgate opening. I have put cargo items in at a 45 degree tilt and then been able to lay them flat in the cargo space. It is about a 2 to 3 inch difference in width.
Really wish Buick had designed the plastic trim covers in the rear differently. I do not want to take them off but an extra 3 inches of width for cargo would be nice.
 

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Why not just take a measurement between the side panels and another from the rear seats to the closed liftgate, just to be sure? If it will be a loaded palette get a height measurement too.
Thanks, I will
I have a 2011 Enclave. The interior cargo area with the seats folded down is wider than the tailgate opening. I have put cargo items in at a 45 degree tilt and then been able to lay them flat in the cargo space. It is about a 2 to 3 inch difference in width.
Really wish Buick had designed the plastic trim covers in the rear differently. I do not want to take them off but an extra 3 inches of width for cargo would be nice.
Thanks. It was the tailgate opening that I was worried about. Got them in with no problem.
 
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