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    Which car for 3 across?

    We need to replace DH's '84 Civic. It's thoroughly unsafe for the children to ride in, and it's falling apart. Due to budgetary constraints, these are the vehicles we're considering:
    2000 Toyota Camry
    2000 Nissan Maxima
    2001 Honda Civic
    2002 Nissan Altima

    Of those, I'm assuming all but the Civic will fit 3 car seats across. From what I can tell, the 2002 Altima is the only one with LATCH. It's also the priciest of the 4, but seems like it will be the best deal. Does anyone have experience with any of these vehicles? We have 1 kid in a Regent, 1 in a RF Marathon, and in May, we'll have 1 more in a Chicco KeyFit.

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