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    Default Hyundai i30 wagon owners with 3 kids

    IS IT BIG ENOUGH. Do you wish you had something bigger. Can you do the seat belts up easily. is there any space between the 3 child seats. Which seats do you have

    I want this car, but should I get something bigger?

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    Do you just mean room in the back seat?

    We just bought a new car the other day and we looked at the i30. It seemed to have enough room for us but our girls are older and we don't have any car seats anymore. We ended up going with the Mazda 3 hatch which might even be a teeny bit narrower than the i30. Myself, DH and my mum (with 2 of us not small people unfortunately) all sat in the back seat of the Mazda 3 and felt it was quite comfortable.

    The Mazda 3 Hatch width is 1755 and length is 4460.

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    yes room in back seat for car seats/capsules/boosters, school bags later (boot)

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    The boot is bigger than the Mazda 3 Hatch and I thought the Mazda 3 had a pretty good size boot. Our boot is 340 litres and I just checked on the Hyundai's website to see if my memory was right and it says the i30's boot is 378 litres.

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    thanks - keep the reviews coming!


 

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