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We had a Mitsubishi Lancer and Daihatsu Terios when our first child was born (we chose these mainly due to low fuel consumption). We used the Terios as our family car & were so desperate for more room we went out and looked for a cheap second hand station wagon or compact 4wd to replace it. We got a great discount on a brand new Ford Escape (over $8500 off retail) and simply could not turn this down. We couldn't even find a second hand one at this price! We are extremely happy with our purchase and are so impressed with our new car that we now want to replace our Lancer as well for another brand new compact 4wd. We are hooked.

I Up sized from a lancer to an outlander both mitsubishi's an the extra room is fantastic and it is a lot quieter on the road

We have recently gone from a vt commodore sedan to a v6 adventra. We are both really happy with the car, its a pleasure to drive. I didn't want a 4wd ( brick as i call them ). It has proven itself quite apt in all road conditions. Hubby took me bush bashing & it went to places i wouldn't dare take the sedan with no problems at all. This car is the best of both worlds. My husband is happy & so am i :)

I have owned a SB barina, a TS astra, then a XC barina. One year ago I upgraded to a Honda Jazz VTi-S as we now have a baby. I enjoy not being stressed about petrol prices when I watch 4WD and large car owners screw up their faces in anger and look over at me as I drive off again whilst they are still filling up their thirsty cars. Large cars just don't make any sense anymore, people need to take another look at what they drive now.

Yes. To a new Commodore Equip for $32,500 plus $2,000 free fuel and $4,000 off the price with my Holden Card from Westpac, I'm stoked, what a deal!

Just traded my Ford Falcon on a new Holden Adventra V6 and couldn't be happier. The comfort, power, equipment and build quality are a big improvement, but what is really surprising for a vehicle this size is the fuel economy, very impressive.

We upsized our second car from a Hyundai Accent, to accommodate our two teenage children. We chose one of the most overlooked cars on the market, the amazing Suzuki Liana hatch. This car is like a compact people mover and yet is still nimble and economical. We are so pleased with the room, that we often use it in preference to our main car, our excellent roomy Toyota Avalon. The reason for this is the lighter steering and ease of parking the Liana, plus the extra seating height.

Nope. Downsized. We have 2 kids and traded a VT Commodore on a Mazda6 Hatch. It has more legroom than Commodore, but a bit less width which doesn't matter with 2 kids. More boot space even without taking into account the fold down seats. The Mazda is more fun to drive, has great fuel economy, is much better built. It meets our needs perfectly, and shows that a good family car doesn't have to be boring (Take note, Toyota) and doesn't need to be 2.5 tonnes of clumsy 4WD!

my wife has updated her hyundai elantra gls which was an excellent car to a hyundai tucson. tucson is perfect for us. she loves it and so do i. great vehicle and highly recommended.

We upgraded from a Subaru Forester, to a Toyota Prado, and just recently to a Ford Territory. The best by a country mile-safer, most comfortable, best handling, most useable space etc etc.

Got a Land-Cruiser. 7 good seats with Head restraints, Lap-sash belts, Easy access. Best people mover on the market, and can go places on holiday

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