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Donkey owners - what car do you drive?

(8 Posts)
Florin Tue 05-Feb-13 21:45:50

We have a VW Passat and it fits fine.

suzie38 Tue 05-Feb-13 21:38:25

Did have a Vauxhall Meriva when i had my Donkey...sold it when i downsized to a Hyundai i10.

Wombat33 Tue 05-Feb-13 16:10:33

Pink! How are you?? Remember me?

Buying a Donkey? Are you expecting again??? Babay wombat no.2 is due in July smile I came into this section looking for advice on doubles. No idea...

PinkFondantFancy Thu 31-Jan-13 11:55:59

Thanks all!

Biggem Wed 30-Jan-13 15:59:37

i have a peugeot 3008 and get carrycot and seat in.
never got it in my mum's mini without a struggle and got it into a friends bmw 1 series but both of these were with either 1 seat Iraq 1 carrycot never both

Tiggywunkle Wed 30-Jan-13 01:07:29

There's a document somewhere - hmm Bugaboo Facebook page? Bugaboo Donkey FB Page? which has the Donkey in all sorts of car boots. I think it just takes a lot of careful stacking, and may involve putting it into Mono mode (which was my bug bear because its not as easy as the video looks and worse in the pouring rain in a busy car park with two crying children).

AntsMarching Tue 29-Jan-13 21:58:47

I have a VW Tourag that I normally use. On the odd occasion, I've used a Honda Civic and it fits. To get it in the civic, you have to take one of the seats off and stack it, but it all fits in the boot.


PinkFondantFancy Tue 29-Jan-13 21:54:48

I need a new pram and also need a new car. I don't want a big car, maybe something like a Jazz but it needs to fit a bugaboo Donkey in. Trouble is, I don't currently own either a car, or the pram. So it's proving difficult to know what car is not going to affect my pram choices.

So, Donkey owners, what car do you drive and does the pram fit in the boot without having to put bits of it on the back seat?

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