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Casper

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About Casper

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    Newcastle
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    Engineer
  • Car(s)
    Clio RS200 Monaco GP Edition (Current)
    Previous: Porsche 911 996, Silvia S15 Jap Spec, Liberty H6 B Spec, Nissan Gti-r

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  1. Thanks for the feedback. Good to know. I am 5'10 so hopefully there is a bit more room behind the driver's seat. I have around 20cm between the back of the driver's seat and the base of the rear seat. But as always, it's the kids seats that kill you. Once the kids are old enough to be out of the seats you can jam then in anywhere!
  2. The wife has the suv for the practical car. But the Clio has no chance to fit a rear facing child seat . So I was wondering if the Megane was any better or if the difference is negligible. I've found having chucky sports seats in the front often take up more rear leg room, like the new S3.
  3. Hi All, Just wondering if anyone (particularly with kids) upgraded from a Clio RS200 (mk4) to a Megane RS280? We have two kids now and the Clio is getting a bit tight. It would be great to have something a little bit bigger, but I still love hot hatches. I am interested in rear leg room, space for car seats and how that affects front row passengers, i.e. do you have to have your knees in your ears to fit kids seats in the back. Also is the boot much bigger? Air con decent enough? (Clio's AC struggles on very hot days) Any other benefits I haven't thought of?
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