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    Quote Originally Posted by KnockKnockPenny View Post
    Yeah we are planning 4 babies so will need a 7 seater. I'm not such a fan of how little boot space there is in a tarago tho :-(. I used to drive one in my old job

    I second the get richer tho!
    Really? Oh bugger, I didn't think about boot space. The Kia Grand Carnival has decent boot space doesn't it? Quite like that one too but not sure of safety - does anyone know if it's safety features are up to scratch? I know the tarago has ancap 5 star rating but haven't seen anything like that mentioned with the Kia.

    Going to have to start saving up soon to have a decent deposit or the repayments on either of those would be quite high!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Yay you got the Mazda3!!!!

    They're awesome hey?

    I love my car too It'll do for a baby or two, too.
    Yes! It really is awesome!

    I have only had it 5 days so far and I love it even more each time I drive it. Kind of feels funny to just zip into carspots so easily (not that it was hard before) and it really has so much power. I was quite surprised because it looks so little from the outside but it really is quite roomy. And the boot is huge!

    The girls haven't tried to kill each other yet after being so spaced out for so many years in our old Honda Odyssey. It does feel a little strange not being so high up anymore though. But I will get used to it.

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    Pretty sure all Land Cruisers are 8 seaters (mine is) and the Prados are now 7 seaters.

    We just got our new Prado and it's an 8 seater

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    Quote Originally Posted by CluckySC View Post
    Really? Oh bugger, I didn't think about boot space. The Kia Grand Carnival has decent boot space doesn't it? Quite like that one too but not sure of safety - does anyone know if it's safety features are up to scratch? I know the tarago has ancap 5 star rating but haven't seen anything like that mentioned with the Kia.

    Going to have to start saving up soon to have a decent deposit or the repayments on either of those would be quite high!
    I think Kia's have sufficient boot space but the quality isn't there!

    The Tarago is roomy but not in the boot area really. We looked at the Tarago and the Odessey and decided on the Odesey as it was that bit sportier and flasher and had alot more features. I just bought the Honda Odessey and can fit my big pram in there easily amongst everything else. It's a 7 seater also. From the outside it doesn't look like there is much space but inside there is plenty. I love it to bits! The Oddesey has also won the awards for safety for a few years now.

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    I'd love a 7 seater Audi Quattro.. Love those cars

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    My "sensible" dream car (AKA the one that fits all the children) is an Audi A7.

    My proper dream car is probably an Aston Martin of some kind.

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    Mazda 6 wagon or Mitsubishi ASX. not very fancy but better than the bomb I have now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CluckySC View Post
    Really? Oh bugger, I didn't think about boot space. The Kia Grand Carnival has decent boot space doesn't it? Quite like that one too but not sure of safety - does anyone know if it's safety features are up to scratch? I know the tarago has ancap 5 star rating but haven't seen anything like that mentioned with the Kia.

    Going to have to start saving up soon to have a decent deposit or the repayments on either of those would be quite high!
    You can't go past the Toyota hiace with the back row removed. My boot is over a metre long by one and half metres long and almost 2 high.

    Yep that is my dream car a updated hi ace.

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    I love my VW Caravelle so I'd have a brand new one. I believe the new one have 9 seats :-)

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