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Hyundai i10 and pram conundrum

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Moonbear10 Sun 30-Apr-17 19:40:08

Posting here for traffic.
I'm looking for a travel system which will fit in the boot of my i10, which is tiny. It's fitted my friend's oyster max frame in before, but I'm looking at systems which have a convertible carry cot/seat which has to be taken off to fold (like the mothercare tusk).
I need a reasonably priced (around £300 max) system which folds up small enough, or some advice as to how I can safely get everything in without compromising safety, it's a task and a half, but cheaper than buying a new car!
Thankyou!

Noodledoodledoo Sun 30-Apr-17 19:59:24

Have you looked at Joie system in Mothercare - currently you can get carrycot, car seat and buggy for £300 as its on special offer. Car Seat base is extra. Not sure if that ticks all your boxes or size but I know a friend managed to fit it in a golf boot.

www.mothercare.com/prams-and-pushchairs/joie-chrome-pram-and-pushchair-travel-system---black/LX5158.html?dwvar_LX5158_color=Red&cgid=#q=joie+chrome+travel+system&start=2

Whatsername17 Sun 30-Apr-17 20:01:39

I've got the Hauck shopper and the wheels fit into my i10, minus the parcel shelf. The carrycot sits on the back seat. My travel system was very cheap. I bought an expensive one first time around and regretted it.

Cockadoodle Sun 30-Apr-17 20:27:53

Lol I had to sell my i10 when I had my twins! Loved that car! 😂😁😂😁

Moonbear10 Sun 30-Apr-17 20:53:09

Thank goodness I'm only having one! 😂
I must be honest and say I'm wasn't very keen on the huack, but I'll have another look at it now that I know it'll definitely fit in the car smile
Haven't seen the joie anywhere but I'll keep my eyes peeled for it!
Is it safe having things on the back seats next to baby's car seat? Do you need to strap it all in?

helenfagain Sun 30-Apr-17 20:59:57

I second the Joie chrome. I have an i10 and it fitted in mine (with parcel shelf off). It's a bloody great pram. I hate the silver cross stroller we have now but ds is too heavy for the chrome.

helenfagain Sun 30-Apr-17 21:01:54

Hauck sport (just a buggy not a travel system) fits with parcel shelf on but it's bloody awful to steer.

Suze1621 Sun 30-Apr-17 23:03:41

Another vote for the Joie Chrome which fits in my daughter Kia Piccanto which is also quite small. Love the fact seat can be forward facing or parent facing.

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