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Bugaboo chameleon fit in a fiat panda

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Mulch Fri 01-Dec-17 12:58:11

Posting for traffic anyone have the above combination or recommend a run a round that has enough space

Mulch Fri 01-Dec-17 16:51:46


tinytots5 Fri 01-Dec-17 17:09:19

We have a fiat 500 & Im pretty sure a chameleon won't fit in there. Our Maclaren & yolo does. Is the panda bigger?

Maybe try the bee or the yoyo? I had an uppababby vista but found it too big after 8 months.

tinytots5 Fri 01-Dec-17 17:16:23

Just googled a Panda & obvs bigger than a 500 so can't help.

Mulch Fri 01-Dec-17 17:41:10

We've already got the pram so stuck with it, think I'll have to take it to test drive and see if it fits

tinytots5 Fri 01-Dec-17 17:51:31

Good luck, my friend had twins & when she had her pram delivered she found it didn't fit through her front door. The joys of parenthood!

Mulch Sat 02-Dec-17 10:51:48

Mines luckily not that wide but not exactly small either. Just really like the car hate to pass it up because pram/tank doesn't fit

Amanduh Sat 02-Dec-17 11:01:54

It fits in my polo, which is about the same size, but only with the wheels off.

DrinkFeckArseGirls Sat 02-Dec-17 11:08:57

It’s cheaper to find a buggy that fits a car, rather than other way round?

whoareyou123 Sat 02-Dec-17 11:10:57

This link suggests you can get it into a 500, so a panda should be ok as well.

Must fold small as we borrowed a 500 once and I seem to remember our Bee took up a large part of the space.

foxyloxy78 Sat 02-Dec-17 11:21:30

Did not fit in my small car.

Mulch Sat 02-Dec-17 12:03:33

I've already got the buggy it's a car I don't have

Yangtastic Sun 03-Dec-17 18:54:59

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.

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