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  9 responses   Dog/Camping/Grocery/Trip Hauler
mewri

A utilitarian hauler for dogs, camping/canoeing gear, groceries, etc. Easy access for a large, older dog is a must. Rear seating, don't much care. My Honda Element has fit the bill perfectly and would buy another in a heartbeat, but those with low-ish miles are few and far between. Looked...
  6 responses   Fuel efficient family hauler, fast
Member3057

I am looking for a wagon or an SUV. I am willing to pay around 12k for it. I want to be able to fit about a 7' item with the seats folded down.

I want to be able to use it for daily driving duty so it has...
  6 responses   Fuel efficient family hauler, fast
Member3057

I am looking for a wagon or an SUV. I am willing to pay around 12k for it. I want to be able to fit about a 7' item with the seats folded down.

I want to be able to use it for daily driving duty so it has...
  3 responses   Smallest car, van, SUV or whatever with third row seating
Member2217

I am at a loss as to what to look at. I have been thinking a Mazda CX5, but am unsure it has sufficient space. Basically, my wife is looking for third row seating for our kids, and their friends, but she is an unconfident driver, who is 5 feet...
  2 responses   searching for reliable Van
A member in British Columbia, Canada

Dodge Grand Caravan - nice ride, gas a little noisy, black interior not impressive - no other choice, stow and go nice feature, back up camera good, plug-ins nice feature, warrenty 36 months or 3000 miles not good. Sedona, better warrenty, nice ride, better choice of colors, more expensive.
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  2 responses   Fuel-efficient non-minivans that can comfortably fit a 69"x28"x34" crate as cabin cargo
dcuccia

Looking for a fuel-efficient non-minivan that can comfortably fit a 69"x28"x34" crate as cabin cargo. Reliable and fun to drive a bonus, leather seats preferred. Ford flex barely won't work...2nd row sears don't fold flat enough...interference with central dome lights.
  2 responses   Fuel-efficient with lots of storage
Member6329

I use my car to haul my podium, table etc for my Wedding Officiant & Photography business, traveling up to 5 hours each way. Plus we take several 10-20 day road trips a year, hauling our tent camping gear in the back of the van. Sometimes we turn a wedding...
  2 responses   Fuel-efficient with lots of storage
Member6329

I use my car to haul my podium, table etc for my Wedding Officiant & Photography business, traveling up to 5 hours each way. Plus we take several 10-20 day road trips a year, hauling our tent camping gear in the back of the van. Sometimes we turn a wedding...
  2 responses   new minivan to replace current town & country
Member572

room for the kids
  3 responses   fuel-efficient camp car and/or camptrailer hauler
Member6695

Ok this is a lot of variables. I have a prius now which I have camped in, and it was quite doable. I love the good gas mileage and the fact with it being a hybrid that I could, if need be, leave it running for a while if the...
  1 response   Must carry two adult bikes inside
Member5668

We have looked extensively at the 2008=2011 Honda Element. It is the only vehicle that can securely carry two adult sized bicycles inside. We like the versatility and reliability of this vehicle but found that they fall into two ctagories: 1.) abused and neglected or 2.) over-priced relative to what...

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