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    I'm handing over my faithful little blue matiz this morning, as I've traded it in for a meriva. Need the bigger boot and more leg room due to baby needing to take up space with the car seat and push chair. It'll be strange to have a bigger car, but I'm sure it won't be long before I wonder how I managed without it!
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    Good luck with your new car... I'm sure you'll love it

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    • #3
      be nice to have the extra space....we have a big kia sedona and i don't know how we would manage without it, its like a big van with the seats down
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      • #4
        Big cars do have their uses!
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        • #5
          took the meriva out for a spin today and its had the thumbs up from Rhiannon. She was quietly enjoying herself, and she was awake!
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          • #6
            Now the car has had the thumbs up from Rhiannon... what does mummy think of it?

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            • #7
              mummy likes it too!
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              • #8
                Good good

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by beckyboo View Post
                  be nice to have the extra space....we have a big kia sedona and i don't know how we would manage without it, its like a big van with the seats down
                  We are thinking of this car (Kia Sedona) for ourselves to pull our new caravan I have done some reading on it and it seems perfect for the job, but it is good to hear some feedback from an owner.
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                  • #10
                    I'd love a Meriva!

                    When I bought my car, I bought it brand new and at the time my youngest was 8mths and my eldest was nearly 4.

                    I bought a Toyota Yaris and now I wonder how I managed with the pushchair and child seats. Saying that it is very economical to run and like the ad says "you can love it too much" although it could do with a clean up inside and out!! (damn kids and dropping their food/wrappers etc)

                    oh Indri the joys to come for you enjoy your lovely Meriva while you can!
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                    • #11
                      I'm having it coated inside and out with superguard. protection against bird muck and kiddies stains! just wipe off. its now had daddys seal of approval too!
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