I have a peugeot 406 its a 7 seat estate, so the seta rearface in the boot and fold down flat. Means the boot is enormous, I love it. But before I had a vauxhall astra estate which is a little smaller but still a lovely boot, plenty of room for my nipper 360 and lots of shopping. Had a peugeot 206 before that and that only just fit my mura singke buggy. OH has a BMW 3 series and it wont fit any of our buggys, but we always use mine anyway due to carseats xx
Aww thanks for all the replies!
Such useful info. We've been looking at second hand Renault Scenics.
My car is really small inside too, not just the boot and it really will be tight trying to get two babies in. It's a real struggle already getting my DD into her car seat just as the cars so titchy!
Thanks again it's great to know we don't have to get a MASSIVE car to fit in a good sized buggy and all the baby paraphenalia xx
i will have 2 under 2 and a 6 year old come august i dont drive cant afford insurance after accident but my OH is buying a ford galaxy so we can be comfy dont want to cramp 3 kids up on the back seat of our mondeo
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