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    Went to check it out today ( not a test drive but just wanted to see space irl) 3 anchor points in middle row.
    Now practical question how do people deal with the boot space with all seats in use?
    We looked at the Sante fe when we were buying a new car the other year. The lack of boot space when the 3rd row seats were being used put us off, as it wasn't practical for us. We ended up buying a Nissan pathfinder (the old model not the new more rounded model) as even with the very back seats up we could still fit a double pram (standing upright) and some bags in the back. We couldn't do this with any other car we looked at.

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    So we haven't brought a new car yet 😒 and we're back looking at the Santa fe. This time the 30th anniversary edition

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    So we haven't brought a new car yet and we're back looking at the Santa fe. This time the 30th anniversary edition
    Have you looked at new pathfinder

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    I second the pathfinder

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    This guy does a rather funny review of quite a few SUV's

    http://autoexpert.com.au/buying-a-ca...t-7-seater-suv

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    I looked at the sante fe, but ended up going with a toyota kluger.

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    We picked an outlander


 

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