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Jeep Commander v's Nissan Pathfinder?


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#1 Cat©

Posted 19 January 2013 - 11:04 PM

Anyone got either?

We have a Volkswagon (2008) Caravalle - dont get me wrong, we love it heaps, but we have a 12 seater Commuter coming, to stop the boys killing each other (5 kids all ASD). We also take two carers with us everywhere we go, sometimes three if its a busy place such as a zoo etc.
So we dont really need the Volkswagon now - as it will be DHs work car and out Saturday car when we go out alone for respite - a 9 seaters huge hulking thing is a bit big for two of us!

So......we could go a nice small car (love the Audi) however thinking best to get a 4WD as we want to get a caravan and we go bush HEAPS for my photography......the caravelle didnt handle the lake we got stuck in last time well LOL.

So do you have a pathfinder, or a commander and what can you tell me about them? If we went on holiday we would take both cars, so we could have a peaceful trip splitting the boys up, but then also use the 4WD to go bush if we wanted to do some remote photography, a hastle with two cars but Meh, its better for our sanity!




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