I had Mothercare’s equivalent of the bugaboo chameleon and a fiat panda. The boot was tiny but managed to get the two parts of the pram in the boot but there was a knack to it. I’d wanted a Fiat 500 but when I tried to put pram in boot prior to test drive it wouldn’t fit. Also, the three door thing (the 500 plus with 5 doors didn’t exist back then) would have been a nightmare with one baby in a maxi cosi pebble seat and a toddler in a maxi cosi tobi car seat.
The panda was a good little car, but nappy bag and any shopping had to be crammed in footwells when we still needed the pram. After a while I got a bugaboo bee instead as it collapses in one piece and takes up less space so I didn’t have to limit the Aldi shop to four bags!
Any decent car dealership / seller won’t mind if you try to put your bugaboo in the boot to make sure it fits before you test drive.