Thanks for the suggestions :-) we are checking them all out.
Does anyone have a mazda cx5 or cx9??
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26-02-2014 21:55 #12
DH has a Toyota landcruiser. Best car ever!!
26-02-2014 21:57 #13
Don't have a Mazda, but I LOVE my Hyundai Santa Fe. I have the 7 seater - we usually have it set as a five seater with large boot space for taking our dogs places, but being able to have those extra couple of seats has come in handy quite a few times!
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26-02-2014 22:17 #14Senior Member
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Subaru Liberty Wagon (same shape and engine as the Outback but with smoother suspension, a bit lower, and more luxury features as standard). 5 star safety rating, very economical and brilliant for carting children/bubs around and the family pet because it isn't too high.
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26-02-2014 23:00 #15
26-02-2014 23:02 #16
I have a CX5 and love it. Only criticism is that sometimes it doesn't seem to have much get up and go. But we have the base model. We've gotten used to it. Fuel economy, comfort etc has been amazing
Other ones we were considering were the Subaru Forester, Subaru Outback (which I think we would have got if it was more in our price range), Honda Accord and Mazda 6 station wagon.
Also after parking next to a Subaru Liberty at work recently, I'd consider a station wagon version of it.
26-02-2014 23:20 #17
26-02-2014 23:40 #18
best friend has a cx5 and loves it she has had it about 2 yrs and her kids are now 14,16 and 18 so at times still has had 2 in the back at times. They use it for towing a boat.as well and bike trailer for motorcross bikes.
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04-03-2014 20:37 #19
04-03-2014 20:44 #20
I'm onto my second CX9 and love it. So roomy, great quality and drives well. It does go through the fuel though but I think it's worth it. If you don't need the 3rd row then you can lie the seats flat and have a massive boot.
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