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    Default Mazda MPV v's Kia Carnival

    Like the topic states does anyone have a Mazda MPV or Kia carnival? What do you think about it? I am gathering there is plenty of room. Do they feel like a bus when driving it (I really didn't want a van). Do 3 car seats fit across the middle easily? The seats don't fold flat in the back do they (I would rather this) they have to be removed or folded over? ANything else you can tell me about them. If I have to go van I am thinking either of these. I don't want a tarago as they don't have anchor points in the back seats and they are a bit more $$$. Any other car I could be thinking about?


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    Kia Carnivals are nothing but trouble. We recently sent ours to the wreckers and I am so glad to see the back of it. Can't help with the Mazda as I have no experience with them

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    I don't have either but you can't really compare a Mazda to a Kia.
    Mazda all the way.

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    The fact that they don't make the Mazda anymore worries me though.


 

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