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    I just sold my 2010 Mitsubishi challenger with seven seats for $17000 - that was to a car yard be cause we just wanted it gone so it would have been mid $20000s private. But it was an excellent car and would be perfect. I only sold it because we live out of town now and I wanted a 4cyl. Also I no longer needed to tow the caravan with my car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Went looked at the prius v.

    Drive away $40,512

    They said its way too soon for second hand cars and they'll be rare cause the car is so good.

    no chance.
    My friend got hers (base model) 32k driveway only 3 months ago. Brand new out the showroom.

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    There are a few around 30 k on carsales

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankyoldcow View Post
    Where did she get it from - was it an ex demo model?
    Toyota, had about 30km on the clock which included it being delivered. She went with white which was the drive away option.

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    Car sales is stalking me lol this is what was there when I opened it. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1414226834.605367.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    We have a Nissan pathfinder with 7 seats and I love it. With the 7 seats up I can still fit a double pram in the boot space. With the 2 seats in the boot down (they fold flat too which is great) there is a massive amount of space (I fit 2 smart trikes in easily). I only have the 2 kids but with their 2 car seats in I think there is still enough room for someone to sit in the 3rd seat. We have a diesel and it's pretty good on fuel. Nice car to drive too.
    We have a new pathfinder though im guessing the older models would obviously be cheaper second hand. Very roomy car, ive got dd carseat in back and also capsule for when ds arrives soon and still plenty of room for another child either in middle row or back

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