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Discussion in 'Slimming World Off Topic' started by josephsmummy, 25 April 2014 Social URL.

  1. josephsmummy

    josephsmummy Gold Member

    Completely off topic!
    I'm going shopping for a new car tomorrow. Any suggestions? It has to be big enough for me, my husband and little one plus enough boot space for his pram.
    Thanks in advance x
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  3. Do lots of online research. Google car reviews and take your pick of the various websites. What Car is good.
  4. josephsmummy

    josephsmummy Gold Member

    I have thanks. I was just wondering if there were any cars people had now that they would / wouldn't recommend.
    I have a juke now and the boot space isn't good for the pram but it is a nice drive.
  5. Jeanne Von Buttonpopper

    Jeanne Von Buttonpopper Silver Member

    I too am in the car market (after writing mine off in an accident a fortnight ago). I was told some years ago you can't beat German or Japanese for reliability. I did have a Toyota and it was great, sailed through every MOT, solid as a rock (until I crashed it :mad:). It you want cheaper more accessible parts, then Ford. The thing is with a car, it's personal taste and budget. I would go to a large car supermarket so you can see a lot of brands under one roof and sit in them and get a general feel if you like it or not. It doesn't mean you have to buy from there if you don't want to. Hope that helps.
  6. miss.mooey

    miss.mooey Full Member

    Me and hubby hav a 08 astra. I find its a medium sized car, we find it easy to fit our LO in his car seat with enough head space to not worry about hittin his head on the way in. I also find the boot big enough for his pram with a few bags of shopping.
    We both feel its a nice and safe drive as theres weight to it so grips the road well

    Happy car hunting :)
  7. Liverbird52

    Liverbird52 Gold Member

    I've got a lease car ..peugot..pay monthly and all I need to do is put petrol in it :) includes service, breakdown, insurance etc and after 3 yeats I can buy it or get another car..

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