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  9 responses   Family vehicle, no minivans
hba24

I need something large enough to fit a growing family, and occasionally to fit adults in the back. Safety and reliability are important, though I'd also like to find something that's relatively fun to drive, if possible. Nothing too big or high off the ground. Low profile is good. The...
  9 responses   Family vehicle, no minivans
hba24

I need something large enough to fit a growing family, and occasionally to fit adults in the back. Safety and reliability are important, though I'd also like to find something that's relatively fun to drive, if possible. Nothing too big or high off the ground. Low profile is good. The...
  6 responses   Low maintenance, fuel efficient vehicle for my growing family
Member6666

My family is growing from three to four in April and my Honda Civic has grown too small for our needs. I am looking for a used family vehicle that can serve us for the next four or five year. It must have room for two car seats...
  6 responses   Low maintenance, fuel efficient vehicle for my growing family
Member6666

My family is growing from three to four in April and my Honda Civic has grown too small for our needs. I am looking for a used family vehicle that can serve us for the next four or five year. It must have room for two car seats...
  6 responses   Time to let go of my 2001 Civic coupe and get a family car.
Member31

I have had my 2001 Civic since new. I have a daughter that will be inheriting it at the end of the year. I have a 15 year old, wife, 18 month old and a dog. I need a car I can take them all in on mid to long...
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  4 responses   mini van maybe
Member6538

My sienna is totalled. I am hoping that they can unbend frame and not total it. However, I do not think that is possible. Rear ended at 30+mph.

My youngest is 16, out of 6 kids, but I still have older kids to take to college. If the older...
  4 responses   New family hauler
Member4410

No rush but considering something like a fully loaded used dodge caravan or town and country
  3 responses   Mini Van
Member6235

Choice Toyota sienna
Honda Odessey
Chrysler Town country
Dodge Caravan


Any recommendations

Family hauler Saftey and reliability very important

  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   quality made 7+ seater, 4 kids seats, 6ft5 driver, long commute
Member5335

interior space (for 4 children's car seats and a tall driver), fuel efficiency (highway/incity 50/50), and build quality are very important, as is overall bang for buck/value. Seat quality for the driver is as well, as I have problems with sciatica/lower back pain.
I have looked at the chrysler, hyundai,...
  2 responses   new minivan to replace current town & country
Member572

room for the kids
  2 responses   Roomy and fuel-efficient family hauler
Member6327

I'm looking for a reliable, used, family friendly car. I currently drive a Toyota Yaris, but with a five-month old, we're quickly outgrowing the amount of space that my little Yaris has to offer. I don't want to break the bank, but I don't want something that is going to...
  1 response   Replacement car, Chrysler Van for my reliable caravan
Member6407

I want a Town and Country , Voyager or Caravan with the compass in roof, air, heat, CD Cassete probably 1996 to 2006. 3.3 Flexfuel would be desirable but I can do any of the engine types. I would be concerned with high miles on the four cylinder however. I'm...
  1 response   Go Big or be Flexible
Member6663

We currently have an 02 Chevy Suburban LS for our family car. The old girl has about 190k miles and she's been great over the years. We are looking to add a third car to our family and anticipate the 02's imminent passing in the next year or two. We...
  1 response   Family hauler for young, rapidly growing family
Member1905

Three kids under 8 with another on the way; currently have an aging Toyota Sienna to trade; looked at Honda, Nissan, Kia, but Toyota is consistently ranked higher. Credit Union okayed up to $18,500
  1 response   Reliable Dependable Minivan for senior
Member6279

My 18 year old dodge caravan finally developed a lifter problem along with eating serpentine belts belt replaced, and the speedometer quit. Time for another car. I need something reliable, and dependable, along with something I can haul bags of chicken food in. I am thinking another van, but maybe...
  1 response   family hauler
Member6312

looking for slightly used of new

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