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I have a six-year-old Volvo XC70 which I want to replace with a much more economical estate or good hatchback that can carry my model aircraft. I only want to spend about £15K. What would you recommend?...
My commute is a 100-mile round trip per day (four days a week) and I am looking for a utopian estate car or similar that is reliable, economical, costs under £4000 to buy and can tow a trailer for runs...
I'm looking for a large estate to carry quite a lot of kit for medieval reenactment gear. Ideally something not that new but reasonably reliable from say 2009 onwards. It's for my daughter and two children,...
Could you please recommend a small to medium stylish and sporty estate in which I can carry my large dog. Petrol with budget up to £24k?
I am after a reliable and economical second-hand estate car with a big boot but, crucially, able to carry a serious amount of weight. If the rear seats are removable, even better. There seems to be all...
I'm looking for reliable estate or roomy saloon, between five and ten years old, which I can run for as long as possible. I have a budget of around £4k to £6k but I can be flexible if need be. It needs...
I really want to buy a hybrid car, but cannot find an estate type vehicle under £23,000 allowing enough room for my dog to be placed in the boot. I'm therefore resorting to a diesel SUV. Please can you...
I'm trying to buy a car suitable for my mother's mobility issues, my tall family members and my 435 miles per week. It also needs to take a walking frame in the boot. I like the Nissan Pulsar and Toyota...
I currently drive a 2013 Ford Mondeo Estate which we've used as a family car for camping holidays. Squeezing as much as possible into the boot is essential, with the back seats up as I have two children....
We wish to buy a car and have found that the Volvo V70 D5 suits us well for holidays with dogs, kayaks, luggage etc on long trips to Scotland with no lack of performance whatever it has in it. We are aware...
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