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Kept the travel system in the boot, and the lightweight pushchair. Each year we easily fitted 2 babies, with all their paraphenalia, and our dog, and all the Christmas presents and the luggage and bottle warmer and highchair, in there for our UK travels round to see the family.
Still going strong for the tweens and hope it'll last for the teens. More than enough leg room as they grow and France day trips are just wonderful!!!!
We bought one, it's nice to drive, the boot is HUGE. The only downsides are getting used to it's size (we previously had a VW Polo) and we're now tempted to pack the kitchen sink when we go away!
A hatchback is the answer to this problem. We've never had an issue with car size; I was surprised by the question.
Honda Civic pre-kids, a couple of VW Golfs when they were pram/stroller age and currently a Lexus RX with a massive boot and luxurious legroom now we're all 5'9" plus.
Camping is the only holiday requiring any thought re: space, when kids sit on/snuggle into pillows/duvets and sleeping bags are shoved in their foot wells. What is everyone putting in their cars?
We had a hatchback, a metro.