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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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suV for the V!

Hey guys,

Wasn't sure where to post this (in the Hunting or Lifestyle section)... On the verge of buying an suv to have more room for us with our daily things and making more room to accomodate a growing Whistler who's supposed to reach 70lbs... (An Acura Rsx just won't cut it anymore..!). Thinking of going with an Acura Mdx because of trunk size. Any thoughts?

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post #2 of 42 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:49 PM
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We went from a Toyota Camry to a Rav4. So much better. Different make and model, but same issue. Good Luck!
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We have a Jeep Grand Cherokee and enough space for two big dogs ;D
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post #4 of 42 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 08:52 PM
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We have a 4 runner! We love it for the dog

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We too have a 4runner for our two Vs, and there is still plenty of space left for camping gear

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I have an Acura RDX and two dogs. The cargo space on the RDX is kind of small - I put the seats down flat for the dogs. The MDX has a much larger cargo space, so I think that would definitely work.
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I have a Subaru outback and couldn't be happier with the cargo space and gas mileage (awd is a must). Had an Infiniti qx4 (Nissan pathfinder) and found that the outback has more cargo space
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I drive a diesel Suburban. Plenty of room for three dogs and everything else I need put in it.

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I've got a Nissan Rogue which is perfect for our boy in the back. It's easy for him to get in/out of and has enough room for what we need! A Murano may give more room for a bigger pup but my Rogue is perfect in my opinion.

My boyfriend's coupe is definitely not dog friendly so my SUV is the choice vehicle to escort our little guy around.

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I have a Dodge Durango and love it. Enough room for two Vs in the back seats or the very back. But they never have to ride in the way back bec we don't have kids, yet. But I think one car seat and the two Vs would still fit in the back seats. Adults however aren't given much legroom back there but I've had it for over 7 years and over 120k miles without issue.
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