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    We have a Ford Territory. We chose it because it was one of very few seven-seaters that has anchor points in the third row, and we were able to get one very well priced in the run out of the last model. It is thirsty, and if I were to buy another Territory I would buy a diesel.

    If money had been no object I would probably have chosen the Audi Q7.

    I was recently sent this comparison chart by Baby Bunting when I called to ask about fitting three seats across one row. They said that the Territory was by far the best. This is because it's quite boxy; others, eg the CX9, may be a wider car but this doesn't actually translate into a wider second row.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFaerie View Post
    We use the luggage point for short trips.

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    We have a ford territory. I have 4 children, and it easily fits 3 carseats across the back. I've been really happy with it.

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    I have a Nissan patrol which I love but when we went on holidays we hired an IMAX and that will definitely be our next car. I was extremely impressed with the room it has, could easily fit prams, luggage and shopping in.

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