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12 Useful Car Features That Parents Shouldn't Overlook | Edmunds.com

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edited July 2016 in General
image12 Useful Car Features That Parents Shouldn't Overlook | Edmunds.com

If you're a parent, you want your vehicle to be as convenient and kid-friendly as possible. Look for these 12 vehicle features as you shop.

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Comments

  • reminderreminder Posts: 383
    Ahhh, I remember when having FM was a considerable upgrade & AC was pure luxury.
  • zandorzandor Posts: 67
    Way too long of a read. One of my colleagues explained what you want for a kid-hauler in 1 word: "Minivan." His wife said "eww no." Then they borrowed one for a week and she decided she wanted a minivan.
  • metalmaniametalmania Posts: 167
    We had a similar experience, test drove a couple of 3 row crossovers and then a minivan (Honda Odyssey). My wife somewhat reluctantly said she wished she didn't like it as much as she did. This was 8 years ago though, and some of the 3 row crossovers have gotten a lot better, so I can't be sure we'd get another minivan next time around. We plan on keeping this one for a few more years. Most people don't really WANT a minivan, but they're hard to beat for a practical family vehicle. The only things I wish it had are AWD for the winter, and less road noise. Otherwise, it's been very good.
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