I have a 2009 Mazda 3 and even that is a bit of a tight fit! With my safe & sound guardian car seat rear facing, my 6ft hubby struggles to get into the passenger seat. My pram (steelcraft eden) also fills up most of the boot, I can't even fit my nappy bag in with the pram!
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09-04-2013 13:34 #31
09-04-2013 14:00 #32
Our Mazda 6 is 4cyl, good on fuel and has massive space. The Mazda 3s are good too, but once you get a pram in there you won't fit much else. If you're about to start ttc, I wouldn't be going any smaller than a mazda 3.
09-04-2013 15:52 #33
I love our golf, enough room for the kids and us at the front. Boot is so much bigger then you think, fits my peg skate and the shopping around it.
Also has the isofix(?) thingy to buckle the seat in.
09-04-2013 16:12 #34
I second (or third) the i30. My parents have one, fits a car seat easily, decent amount of leg room for small car, and plenty of space in the boot for a pram.
We will consider one as our station runner when we upgrade, perfect size and fuel efficient!
09-04-2013 16:14 #35
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