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    Default 3 kids how what seater car do you have

    We're buying a new car soon ( current one is staring to be money pit) think I've narrowed it down and looking at 5 seater RAV4 or 7 seater Kluger. Main difference is about 10k in price ($50 a week on the lease agreement) all other features balance each other. Only have 2 kids now will ttc #3 end of next year so for say next 2 years will only have 2 kids so feel 7 seater now is a it of a waste now and by the time #3 is here we can fit 3 kids in the back ( eldest will be only 5/6) then can upgrade later if need be.

    So if you have 3 kids tell me what car you have

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    I have 3 kids (all in ar seats) & a 5 seat subaru wagon. It is definitely large enough. I'm pregnant with #4, so will have to upgrade to more seats so we all fit when the new one comes along.

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    I have q 5 seater land cruiser wagon and 3 kids.

    I would steer clear of the Rav - they are quite difficult to fit 3 child restraints in.

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    We're a blended family with 5 kids, I've got a Ford Territory 7 seater. The second row is huge, would easily fit 3 child restraints, then it's handy to have the 3rd row if we all go somewhere together.

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    @maternidade I had a Rav4 when #3 came along and 3 slim seat wouldnt fit in mine. Id recommend that kluger over the rav, but there are plenty of other options at that price 😊

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    Morto!
    We're going out to buy a Camry today.
    Hoping to squeeze three in the back of that!

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    Thanks guys I wanted the 7 seater but the price of the Rav was tempting

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    Thinking Santa Fe now,


 

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