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2 car seats+adult in back of FR-V?

I am thinking about getting a Honda FR-V, but not sure if it will meet my requirements, and hoping someone will be able to help

I have two 6 week old twins, a 14 year old and me and my wife. Would 2 car seats plus one adult or child fit into the back?

Would the boot space be big enough for a double buggy and luggage?

many thanks for any help

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Only had a ride in an FR-V once, with no child seats..

I think the best option is to go down to your dealer and try it out.



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I have twin 2 year old boys and a four year old.

Twins are in the back oldest one in the middle seat in front

Boot is big enough for double buggy plus smaller buggy for the oldest one when he was younge

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Yes two child seats and one adult will fit in the back or three up front and two in the back. The centre seat of each row slides back to create a vee shape giving more room to the seated occupants. Slightly less room in the boot as a consequence though. Regarding double buggy and luggage - depends on size of buggy and how much luggage but if you get one with roof rails fitting a roof box would not be a problem.

I had an FRV for 4 years and regularly carried 6 plus luggage (with roof box).

Just to add - I would recommend the 2.2 as the FRV is a heavy beast and really benefits from the extra pulling power as well as the extra economy.

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