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    Default Which family car works for you?

    Probably posted in th wrong place, but need help.

    WHat car is the best family car?
    MAzda cx7? cx9? Holden sports wagon???

    Have to start budgeting and would love to her which car works best for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosengold111 View Post
    Probably posted in th wrong place, but need help.

    WHat car is the best family car?
    MAzda cx7? cx9? Holden sports wagon???

    Have to start budgeting and would love to her which car works best for you!
    I have a Mazda cx9 and I love it..
    Can't fault it really!

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    Love love love my Holden Sportswagon. So much fun to drive, heaps of room front and back. A breeze to park (I've got rear park assist and a reversing camera). Pretty economical too.

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    We have an '07 Honda Accord Euro.
    I love it! It's sporty, and the boot's big enough for a stroller and the shopping. It's very fuel efficient too.
    My parent's have the '09 model, which is a lot bigger. They can fit 3 cars seats in without any worries, and the boot is MASSIVE!

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    Thankyou! how do they all go on fuel?? will be traveling alot and wondering which ones guzzle the money!

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    Ours is great, Holden reckons about 9.2L to 100ks but we've gotten it down to 8.5L on a really good run. Tank takes 60L, taking 98 fuel we can drive 700ks on 3/4 of a tank (long distance driving). I fill it up once a fortnight just driving around town.

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    Yeah look... Probably not for you if fuel is a major concern. It wasn't for us as our last car was terrible on fuel
    and this is better!
    Ours is a Aug '11 luxury model and we've done few big trips (one with a trailer) and lots of schools run etc and we're sitting on 13.3 lt per 100 at 12,000 km. The diesel 7 seater I wanted was 11.5.. so not a huge difference.
    I find I'm filling it for $110-$120 and getting around 700km.
    It was by far the best car I drove out of the 5698 cars I tested!! lol. I'm
    an expert on 7 seaters!
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    I know it's not any of the cars you asked about but we have a Subaru forester and really love it.
    It's a pleasure to drive with plenty of passenger room.
    We have a 2009 manual and it does 8.8-9.0L/100kms.... Pretty good.

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    We've got a 2010 Ford Mondeo wagon - diesel and love it.

    Roomy enough for all of us (2 carseats and a teenager in back seat), comfortable ride and economical on fuel. Around town we average 900km from a tank of fuel ... usually about 60 litres to refill (70 litre tank) on the highway we get over 1000km before refilling.

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    We have a Lexus rx330. Great car, not so great when the kids thrash it. The boot is massive and automatic that's the best bit. It. Costs around 70-80 to fill the tank and drives really nice. My mum drives a Toyota aswell, all cars they make are very reliable.


 

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