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    Default 7 seater cars...what do you have,and do you like it?

    We need more room,so we are looking for a 7 seater SUV...So far we like the Holden Captiva and the Mitsubishi Challenger...thoughts/suggestions?
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    ETA...we've been told by the car salesman that we can put 2 extra seats in the back of a 5 seat Challenger....doesn't look like there would be much room if we did.. Has anyone done this,with a Challenger in particular? If you have,I'll take my "eye rolling smiley" away
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    We have an Odyssey.

    LOVE it! The car seat anchor points can bug some ppl but since I don't plan on sitting in the 3rd row it doesn't bother me.

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    We have the Holden Captiva 7. We LOVE it!! Had it for around 3-4 weeks now. Such a great car! Highly recommend!!

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    I would get a Subaru tribeca. They have 7 seats but still huge boot space when using all 3 rows! Did not see any boot space that compares to this with all 3 rows in use!

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    I think the price of the captiva is excellent for what you get.
    Will you need all 7 seats though? If so you don't have any boot space left for a pram or a lot of shopping.
    I have a CX9 which suits my family perfectly

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    The Volvo cx90 is beautiful. My neighbor has one and loves it. Way more than her old Captiva.

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    I have a Mazda cx9!! I love it!! I used to have a Prado (7 seater) but it was a 4wd and we didn't really need it!!

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    We have a territory. More boot room than the captiva with all 3 rows up but still not a lot (we just squeeze our mountain buggy duet in)


 

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