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I am having difficulty in sourcing a vehicle with a high seating position. I am disabled and need a high seating position and relatively easy access. I don't like the Vauxhall Agilia. Any other suggestions?

Asked on 30 January 2010 by J.R., Norwich

Answered by Honest John
The new model Vauxhall Agila and Suzuki Splash (identical twins) are definitely the best small cars for high seats. Have a look at this video demo and make sure you are not thinking of the old model:
Otherwise, the (bigger) Nissan Note:
Or Renault Modus (test, but no video):

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