VW Multivan -Drives as easily as the Commodore, averages 10ltr per 100km (Diesel), I can easily sit between the two car seats in the back row when needed, seats are on tracks like airline seats so can be adjusted to suit you needs eg. I have put a washing machine between middle & front row, added more boot space for bags when holidaying or removed seats for moving house!(other than front passenger & drivers of course) No bending squeezing climbing or other form of yoga to access rear seats, powerful motor as its the only car I have ever had that on cruze control didn't loose power/speed when on a hill. All five rear seats have anchor points. Probably a million other little things that I cannot think of ATM but I honestly love my van.
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