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Anyone use their M5 as grocery getters? I'm having a hard time keeping stuff from sliding around in the trunk. Any ingenious solutions to the age old problem???????
 

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I remember thinking about making and installing a couple of hooks on the "ceiling" of the trunk to hang shopping bag handles.
Never got around to it.
 

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I have a Thule folding tote underneath a cargo net in the trunk. I keep a few car-related things in the tote. There's extra room for groceries in the tote, and then under the net, packed around it. Enough room for four or five bags of stuff.
 

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I'm no grocery getter, but my OEM rubber trunk liner + OEM Trunk net works quite well.
 

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What's wrong with putting the bags up against the trunk opening and putting the 12 packs / wine cases behind to keep the bags from moving?

It's worked for me for eight years :cheers:
 

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Since stores here charge for bags now, I simply bring a huge ikea blue bag and fill it up once a week. With all the items in the bag in the trunk, it's not gong anywhere.
 

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I'd have to try out some of the cubby ideas, it's hard to exercise restraint on the way home from grocery/delicate merchandise shopping. Is there any configurable trunk management system, preferably with collapsible partitions?
 

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I'd have to try out some of the cubby ideas, it's hard to exercise restraint on the way home from grocery/delicate merchandise shopping. Is there any configurable trunk management system, preferably with collapsible partitions?
I found right-angle partitions with Velcro on the bottom at Home Depot. Put your boxes in and then slap on up against it. I have no idea how well they work though...
 

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+1 on the Cargo Net. It's perfect for groceries (and I buy a massive amount of groceries)
 
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