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    My children will be 4 and nearly 3 when baby is born.

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    My SIL has a ssanyong (sp?). Was about $30k new I think and has been really reliable for them with stacks of room.

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    If you were prepared to buy slimline seats, your choices would open up.
    You could have your eldest in a hiliner, your almost 3 yr old in a compaq, then the baby in a capsule or another compaq, RF.
    I know that a Camry will easily fit those 3 seats, and I think the Hyundai i30 will too. If you wanted to buy new, those would probably be in your budget.

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    We have an Aurion its a few years old now but at the time was wider then the Holden and Ford family car when we bought it so I don't know in regard to car sizes now. We use a maxirider, meridian rear facing and just a boaster seat in the middle for our 4year old. the safe n sound seats tend to be bulky from the head rests so couldn't fit the extra seat of the highliner in that car. But in the hilux we use the maxirider highliner and meridian in there.

    before you buy test it to make sure it fits in the car. I know the safe n sound tend to be on the bulky side but check out the other brands as so many seem to be slimer and could give yor more flexibility on what car to buy. (I am just a safe n sound fan!)
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    Commodore VY wagon, weve not got the third carseat in yet but have tried it and they fit perfectly!

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    Toyota Camry sedan. SnS Compaq, SnS Maxi Rider, Infa Secure booster. Compaq in the middle works best.

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    We had a Commodore with 3 seats across the back and have just upgraded to a Statesman, which we have found just that little bit more spacious, we only needed a little more space!!


 

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