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    Need your help!!

    Can you squeeze your bugaboo bee in front of the second seats row of your car?

    And whether you can or can not, what car are you driving?

    I need to take a good pram overseas (ie reversible, of for newborn and biggie board compatible) but won’t have space to put it in the boot of the car for the final leg of our trip...

    Hoping I can squeeze the bee at the back of the car under our kids legs!

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    I drive a VW Tiguan and have DS3 rear facing still. I can’t fit the bee behind the front seats.

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    We have a Skoda Octavia and it would not fit. I only have 2 kiddos (both forward facing) but I am short and even with my chaor forward it is too deep to fit.

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    We had a captiva and ours fit. We haven’t needed to put it there in our Mazda 6 wagon yet but I’m pretty sure it’ll go as it’s heaps bigger inside than the captiva. It might be a matter of putting the seat forward, pram in and then wedging it in

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    BMW X3 and no way it fits.

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    Prado and fits with ease

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    Vw Amarok and rav 4 both fits

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