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Old 4th April 2008, 17:22   #46
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Spark it is.... the tall boys are too bouncy.
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From a view of a family in this position - my wife is currently carrying and is in the 9th month and she is using Reva and Alto, both without any issues.
Keeping her away from the UNO though :-)
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Oh my,all the car in the segment have been recomended.Maybe the thread starter is confused now.
Estilo,WR,I10,Spark would be the choice here.
Take a TD of all these cars and decide.
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