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I'm looking for a used car with a low loading/no lip boot that my Labrador will be able to get into as well as reasonable leg room at the back for grandparents and a car seat. I only have £5-7k to spend...
I need a smallish hatchback with a low tailgate for my elderly dog. What do you suggest?
I am looking to replace my Peugeot 207 SW with something newer. I need the estate car for the dog but do not want anything bigger than the Peugeot really. What would you recommend?
I have recently come to need a mobile scooter. This dismantles into multiple parts but these are still heavy (15kg) and are a shape that make it difficult for my wife to load into a boot. I would like...
I would like to change my car for a small, petrol estate. I currently drive a diesel car and it chokes up. I'm a stop start driver because I'm a mobile hairdresser. Maximum I can pay is £10,000, but would...
I am currently driving a Skoda Fabia 62-plate 1.4 TSI vRS Estate with the CTHE engine that I have had for about a year. It has done about 30k miles from new. I am looking to replace it with something...
I have run Ford Focus 1.6 petrol auto estates for many years and have found them to be durable with few problems. The time has come to change again, but I now understand that the auto gearbox available...
I have a Peugeot 307 SW which I love as it has a spacious boot, isn't too large, economical on long journeys, nippy round town and can get extra children in the boot seats for short journeys. It's done...
I am three quarters through finance agreement with MINI on a Countryman Cooper D All4, but need more boot space for four small dogs and preferably better than 50mpg. Looking at Skoda Yeti, Roomster, Fabia...
I am looking to replace my 2000 Volkswagen Passat 1.8T Estate, which I’ve owned since new. I am hoping to get something smaller, but would prefer a manual. I'm attracted to the new Golf Estate GT 1.4...
 

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