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Buying a family car

I currently drive a 1.5 tech run Renault Megane. We're expecting our second child and need bigger boot and more spacious interior. I also have a bad back so was looking for something higher up. Budget of £15000 max, mindful of depreciation.

Considering Toyota Verso Nissan Qashqai and Renault Grande Scenic, but also open to suggestions. I do 12000 miles a year and want good economy.

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