What estate do you recommend for a dog owner?

I have owned a much loved Citroen C5 estate since 2007, one of the last of the model. It has now done many miles and is getting tired. My problem is that I can’t find a replacement that will accept my dog box which accommodates my four spaniels. The boot in C5 Aircross is too small.

Asked on 17 June 2024 by jeff roberts

Answered by Andrew Brady
We'd recommend a Skoda Superb Estate. It's one of the biggest, most versatile estate cars you can buy, while it also represents excellent value for money. Alternatively, take a look at the Dacia Jogger. It's a very practical people carrier that's popular with dog owners.
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