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    We test drove the Tiguan and decided against it due to boot space. You could definitely get a pram in there but you're pram options would be limited.

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    Thanks! Appreciate the feedback 😀

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    Default What size car is your family car?

    Our friends have a Tiguan with 2 kids and have no probs fitting pram and portacot in the boot 🏻

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    Oh Thanks gumnut babies. Fingers crossed as I dont really want to have to get a new car 😊

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    You can take your car to a baby store and try putting prams etc in the boot to see how it all fits.

    I don't have the car so can't comment on it but we used my Mazda 2 for a while when we had 1 baby. You can usually make it work.

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    Hi twinklify, good idea I shall go practise 😀

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    We have a Mazda CX-7 I think it's 2009 model and the boot is pretty big and fits everything!

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    I have a 2010 toyota prado. 7 seats. Cost b about $160 to fill but gives me close to 1500km per tank.

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    I will admit I have not read through the thread as Im time poor today. But just wanting to let others know if you have a camry hybrid think about trading it in before the 100,000 km mark, other wise you will be spending upwards of $10,000 to fix it. Many taxi cabs are having this trouble. Im so far the prius is trouble free. ok.

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    We have a Nissan Tiida. It's a small car, but I think it can accommodate for two children. If DH and I ended up having more than two, then we'd definitely have to get a bigger car.


 

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