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    3 kids, I drive a Commodore wagon. I LOVE it, plenty of room for kids, car seats, bags, and it fully fits my extensive camping setup too! I don't know if I could ever be without a wagon now!

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    2013 Ford Territory. It has plenty of space, I bought a compact pram to fit in the boot space for this coming baby. The boys will be going in the third row and bub in the middle row.

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    mitsubishi Grandis

    Can take 5 car seats

    Massive boot

    It's awesome, wouldn't change it

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    We have four kids and soon to be five and we have a Toyota kluger. I'd like a bigger one but we will manage with it.
    for three kids it would have ample room.
    Very happy with the comfort and performance of the car.

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    Just bought a Citroen c4 Grand Picasso, 7 seater but the back two seats fold down when not in use.

    We chose it because the middle three seats are all full size and individual - each can be moved backwards or forwards independently. So there is plenty of room for 3 seats in the back, plus we can give other people a lift when we need to by setting up the extra seats.

    Boot is huge when the rear seats are down and okay when they are up - could fit a stroller & shopping in there but not a bulky pram.

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    We have a ford territory
    I'm happy with it, it's a 7 seater with ok boot space I can fit my steelcraft agile in there and a little bit of shopping if I leave the back seats up otherwise with them down it has good space we have dd1 & dd2 in the 3rd row and dd3 and dss in the second row

    With 3 kids we just had a Holden commodore enough room in back for 3 car seats if needed plus good boot size
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    I have a ford territory and I love the size. It is a great car to drive, I would highly recommend it.

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    I have a Hyundai IMAX - 8 seater - massive boot space. Previously had a Nissan patrol but needed a seat up in the back to fit the pram.

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    I have a Mazda CX9. It's a great car, this is my second one I've had now because I couldn't find any other car at the time that I preferred.
    You can lay the 3rd row down making it a huge boot or split fold the seats which is usually what I do. 1 back seat up and the other down giving more space to put prams/shopping etc.
    It does go through the fuel but for such a great car I think it's worth it.
    Depending on how much you want to spend the new Nissan Patrol is a nice looking car with lots of extras. I'm about to get one and hubby will have my 9

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    I have three kids and have a Toyota Kluger . It's great. I have two on the middle row and one in the back with a pram beside him (back seats have no anchorso only a booster can go there). It's a but thirsty compared to my old 4cyl, but this is a V6. I get 500km/tank(70ishl) (only had it for two weeks).


 

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