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The gap between the back seats could give the Grand Canyon a run for its money. Unfortunately, this setup lacks the necessary support for a Luno Life Air Mattress.
Side Folding Seats
Side folding seats take our typical bed surface and throw it up against the wall. And since we don’t usually sleep in the handstand position, this set up doesn’t fly.
The folded seat bottoms present a serious road block for the Luno Life Air Mattress. (Some exceptionally large cars with these seats may still be compatible with single side inflation and without base extenders.)
High Front Console
High front center consoles have the potential to get in the way. Some consoles block the edge of the air mattress from laying flush against the front seats.
Back Center Console
Unless you like sleeping with a massive speed bump in your bed, these middle consoles are going to obstruct the otherwise level space in the back of your car.
The space between the seat row and cargo area is a major pitfall when it comes to using the Luno Life Air Mattress.
Reverse Folding Seats
The lumps, bumps, and gaps that come with reverse folding seats unfortunately prevent the Luno Life Air Mattress from laying flat in the back.
Rear Facing Seats
The space between the folded second and third row of seats turns this seating arrangement into a no-sleep zone.
Mind the gap! The drop off from folded seats into the cargo space would require you to sleep with your feet hanging off the bed (and nobody wants that).
So close yet so far. The gap between the folded second and third row of seats is just wide enough to act as a sinkhole laying out the Luno Life Air Mattress.