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Puckoon:
Depending how young the kids are Dinny consider the leather upgrade interior on a car. The shit they leave behind on a cloth upholstery is just never gonna come out.

Not sure if Toyota are doing much business over there but they’re the absolute leader here from a resale point of value. Was shown a highlander recently and it had a lot going for it on the inside, outside just wasn’t what I was looking for.

That skoda looks nicely set up as well.

Tony Baloney:

--- Quote from: Dinny Breen on March 06, 2018, 12:14:22 PM ---Kuga was on my radar, yea don't need a big engine so 1.5 would be good. Will check out the Skoda Kodiaq. Cheers

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Would concur with Laoislad on the Kodiak - fine looking vehicle.

Jim_Murphy_74:
In a similar situation but maybe not going "new" new.   

Skoda maybe a bit too recent.  Herself has picked out a Hyundai Tuscon.  It's a 1.7 Diesel and seems to be well specced.  Planning a test drive in coming days.

Honda CRV is also on the agenda but pricey enough.

/Jim.


Tony Baloney:

--- Quote from: Jim_Murphy_74 on March 06, 2018, 01:22:47 PM ---In a similar situation but maybe not going "new" new.   

Skoda maybe a bit too recent.  Herself has picked out a Hyundai Tuscon.  It's a 1.7 Diesel and seems to be well specced.  Planning a test drive in coming days.

Honda CRV is also on the agenda but pricey enough.

/Jim.

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Wife also needs a new car and definitely not buying new. 7 seats and grey or silver is the spec she has issued  ::)

Jim_Murphy_74:

--- Quote from: Tony Baloney on March 06, 2018, 01:42:49 PM ---
--- Quote from: Jim_Murphy_74 on March 06, 2018, 01:22:47 PM ---In a similar situation but maybe not going "new" new.   

Skoda maybe a bit too recent.  Herself has picked out a Hyundai Tuscon.  It's a 1.7 Diesel and seems to be well specced.  Planning a test drive in coming days.

Honda CRV is also on the agenda but pricey enough.

/Jim.

--- End quote ---
Wife also needs a new car and definitely not buying new. 7 seats and grey or silver is the spec she has issued  ::)

--- End quote ---

We have already a 7 seater with Toyota  Verso.  With 4 kids it's not really practical for long journeys.  No one wants to sit in back two seats and you have damn all boot.

For long journeys with any kind of luggage we have to take 2 cars.  It's worth considering about that if going for 7 seater. 

/Jim.


         

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