We have a Toyota prado, bit more than your price range but some older versions might be around the 20k mark?
I love my car and I will never ever buy a different model. Toyotas are just so reliable plenty of room, I can fit three car seats in the middle and two in the back.
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05-09-2013 17:46 #12
It's funny isn't it! I had a Toyota Prado 2011 model until early this year. It was a work car and then I changed jobs so we bought a Mazda cx9. I never thought I'd love any car as much as my Prado, it was amazing! But I have been super pleased with how wonderful the Mazda is, in a lot of ways it is even better for our lifestyle than the Prado (we didn't need a 4wd as DH has a hilux, was too high for grandparents to climb into etc). So even though I thought I'd never love another car, the Mazda has come close, if not equal
05-09-2013 18:02 #13
I love my odessey. 5 anchor points tho probably only use 4 at the one time. I can fit 7 ppl in the car and my P&T tandem pram in the boot.
Its fuel efficient well mostly. Get 7.8-9L per 100km. This is city driving
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05-09-2013 20:49 #14
If you have a good warranty on the captiva then I would get one. You really can't beat its value for money. 7 seater, lots of extras and alright on fuel. They have a small boot but you can always lay one of the seats flat in the back for pram and shopping.
I have 2 CX9's and love them. Awesome car, drives well and has a decent boot space but you pay for the fuel and they hold there value so probably wouldn't pick up a 2nd hand one under $25k.
05-09-2013 20:53 #15
Subbing as we need a new car soon
05-09-2013 21:01 #16
I will be going for a tribeca or liberty exiga when I get a new car (second hand) next year.
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