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    We love it. Much more spacious that our old Holden Astra! I find the cabin quite comfortable. Not that I've tried it but I don't think we'd fit three car seats across the back unless they were narrow based ones.

    Lovely to drive and I agree you get used to the I-stop

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    Thanks everyone for your response, hubby is not a fan. I'm going to convince him to take it for a test drive and hopefully he falls in love!

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    Yes, best car ever!

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    Well, I've finally convinced hubby to take it for a test drive this weekend. Hoping he loves it as much as I do. Any tips to getting him over the line? Tell me how good it is! Lol.

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    Well, I've finally convinced hubby to take it for a test drive this weekend. Hoping he loves it as much as I do. Any tips to getting him over the line? Tell me how good it is! Lol.

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    0oh, exciting, but I don't have any tips as it was my hubby who was talking it up to me, I am sure you will have nothing to worry about once your DH takes it for a test drive as that's what sealed the deal for me.

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    I absolutely love mine. I only have the base auto model and I find it doesn't have as much power as I'd like but for just suburban driving it's fine. My oldest son is 6 foot 4 in tall and sits easily in the back. I fit my city select pram and a full grocery shop in the boot. I don't even notice the i-stop now and it does help with fuel consumption.


 

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