Cars that can accommodate 3 carseats?

posted 1 week ago in Babies
Post # 2
2465 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

i think lots of cars do- it is just about finding the right combination of carseats which could be like a puzzle.  I’ve heard that most stores will let you see if it fits in your car before you buy.  I can’t imagine 3 car seats wouldn’t fit in any of those cars you’ve mentioned- they are HUGE cars!  Definitely would be higher up and harder to get kids in and out than a minivan, but I’m with you that I would settle for a slight inconvenience not to have to drive a dorky minivan.  Not owning a mini van was something my husband and I agreed to before we were even engaged.  In the very off chance that we have a high order multiple pregnancy my husband jokes that he would buy a limo and chauffeur our kids around- lol

Post # 3
835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

A coworker with 3 small kids drives a Honda Pilot and all three car seats fit. I don’t think it has the best cargo space ever but it does have some.

Post # 4
484 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2017 - Cottage

Weddingobsessed :  

I dont have any car suggestion, just wanted to say dont forget to do this:


Post # 5
7139 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2010

I have 3 kids and a Buick Enclave- which seats 7. My oldest isn’t in a seat anymore- but I still have a rear facing car seat, a booster seat and could easily fit 2 more if I needed to. 

Post # 6
821 posts
Busy bee

We have a ford mondeo (its a 5 seater) and it fits out three little ones in the back. It also has a really big boot which I love. It’s been a great car, but we will be upgrading to something bigger soon as baby #4 will be here in a few months. We are thinking the Hyundai Santa Fe which is a 7 seater.

Post # 7
63 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: February 2018

I don’t have kids yet but we are planning to trade in my Cherokee in the next 6 months for a Yukon. I just like the look of them! Plus we’ll  prepared when we do have kids. The Yukon XL and suburban are essentially the same thing. I think the Yukon’s look nicer and have more quality finishes

Post # 8
5974 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

I personally would go right to the Suburban or Yukon XL.

I drive a Toyota Highlander, and with both back rows in use there is NO trunk space. All of my friends with kids drive Suburbans. Every one of them bought a Tahoe, and within a year or two had traded it in for Suburbans because they quickly realized that even with the Tahoe if the 3rd row is in use there is no trunk space. Now with those you could easily sit 3 car seats across a second row bench – but then you have 3 kids smacking the shit out of each other and fighting in the car.

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