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Baby jogger city mini and ford territory?


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#1 tiggy2

Posted 22 February 2013 - 08:14 PM

For those who have both, does the pram really fit in with all 3 rows up?
A google search tells me it does but I was surprised by how big the city mini looks.
Do you have to take a wheel off?

Thanks!

#2 chickenpants

Posted 23 February 2013 - 05:44 PM

I don't know about a Ford Territory, but I do know that it fits easily in the boot of my Suzuki Swift.  If it fits there, I think it'd fit almost anywhere.  They fold up quite small, no taking off wheels necessary.

#3 Kya

Posted 23 February 2013 - 05:57 PM

We recently hired a Ford Territory, as we had a friend and her two kids visiting from the UK. Four car seats and three rows left very little room for anything else. My City Select was almost impossible to fit in so I used my City Mini and it was a very tight squeeze. The anchor points for the third row are on the floor of the boot, which makes it very hard and awkward to fit anything in the boot.

It was a great car to drive and had loads of room for passengers, just not in the boot.

ETA We took the front wheel off the City Mini. If you don't require the anchor points in the third row then it probably won't be a problem. Can you take the pram to the dealer to test it out? Our car is tiny, a Barina sedan, and we tried both prams (not at the same time) in the boot before buying it.

Edited by Kya, 23 February 2013 - 06:02 PM.


#4 ~flaxen~

Posted 23 February 2013 - 06:10 PM

Yes it does squeeze in there. We don't have anchored seats in the back though.




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