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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    I've said this before, but I'm so jealous. I loved my skyline, but couldn't fit two kids in, let alone three so had to sell it. It didn't skip a beat in the 4yrs I owned it, and the turbo it pretty awesome
    We fit a 1 year old in a car seat, an 8 year old and a tall 11 year old in the back seat of dh's skyline lol. It's squishy but doable (just). I'm not letting him sell it, however if it was our everyday family car we'd probably consider it.

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    I have a 2014 vf ssv commodore and I love it. I do use a lot of petrol because it's a v8 but there's no way I could go back to a 6cyl or 4cyl car. The back seats are so comfy and heaps of room and got a massive boot. DH rides a Harley. 😊


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    Hyundai ix35 trophy.

    It's big, comfortable and wasn't too expensive for what it is ($33000). Fill up once every 10-14 days with lots of short drives, costs ~$70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluckcluck View Post
    We fit a 1 year old in a car seat, an 8 year old and a tall 11 year old in the back seat of dh's skyline lol. It's squishy but doable (just). I'm not letting him sell it, however if it was our everyday family car we'd probably consider it.
    When we sold mine (r33 gts-t 4 door) I had a newbie and a 3yo. Now i have a 6yo, 3yo, 4mth old. It wouldnt fit
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    When we sold mine (r33 gts 4 door) I had a newbie and a 3yo. Now i have a 6yo, 3yo, 4mth old. It wouldnt fit
    Yeah 2 car seats would be squishy, especially a rf one.

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    Our regular car is the Honda odessey. Cheap on fuel with lots of seats.

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    DH has a Toyota Kulgar

    I have a Subaru WRX

    We are soon upgrading both because DH needs a ute & my car is hitting the 10 year old mark. I'll be getting a Forester - love my Subies

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    I have a 2013 Holden Barina CDX. I absolutely love it!

    an expensive car for a 19 year old. . but now that I'm pregnant I'm glad I have something safe!

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