The Toyota avensis is 7 seater but I am just reaserching them myself. Not
Sure on much more :-)
I have a Mitsubishi Grandis (7 seater) and a Kia Grand Carnival (8 seater). Both of them have 5 anchor points. The Grandis has a third row that can fold down flat. My kids are young (7,5 and 2 1/2). The anchor straps for the back row cut across the boot space which makes it very limiting. The anchor straps for the second row go into the floor between back two rows, which cuts leg room. The car doors swing open, which can be a problem in a car park, and also in the garage. The Grand Carnival has excellent boot space. Can fit a whole overflowing trolley load in the boot with room to spare. Anchor points are in the backs of the seats so don't limit any access. We have removed the 8th seat at the moment (left hand side of middle row). Makes it mush easier to walk through to the back row. Doors slide, which makes it much easier for getting in and out. It is a 2009 model. A few years ago we had a 2000 model Kia Carnival. It only had 2 anchor points, and couldn't add any more into that model (we thoroughly checked into it). I am glad we have got a newer Carnival now. Have had it a little over a month now.
I have the Odyssey, it has 7 seats and 5 anchor points.
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We have the 7 seater territory, all 5 back seats have anchor points. Boot space sucks though
Thanks ladies, it's such a mission to find something good, my kids are all young nearly 4, 1 and a new one due in Jan, been looking at the ford territory think it maybe the way to go, really don't want a mum bus lol, i'm being very picky, and has to be kind of cooler looking than a mum bus haha i'm so vain
Such a great car.
Also, the territory may annoy you as it can only be 5 or 7 seats, never 6. And boot space is terrible.
I have a territory and love it except the third row of seats doesn't split so you can't just have 6 seats up which limits boot space. I'm now thinking of changing to cx 9 for this reason, but my oldest is 9 and doesn't need a booster anymore.
For us it came down to honda odyssey and chrysler voyager. Hubby looked at what was best mechanically (within our budget) and they were the final two choices. Then it came down to space and comfort and we got the chrysler.
Pretty ugly looking externally but it is very comfortable.
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