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Take the Toyota Sienta, it’s the size of a Yaris, but it’s a minivan. With sliding doors and everything. Sure, it looks a little odd on the outside, but that’s what’s in now, funky looking cars.

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And you can fit 7 in a car based off a Yaris! Don’t know how comfortable those rear seats are, but for small children, it’s most likely fine. That’s who’s going to be sitting there most, if not all of the time anyways.

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Then there’s the B-Max. It is to the Fiesta what the C-Max is to the Focus. However, this one’s got sliding doors. It only seats 5 though.

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But would you look at that! No pillar.

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Then last, but not least, the Opel Meriva. This could be sold as a Buick or a Chevrolet in North America.

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The Meriva does not actually have sliding doors, and it has a pillar. Instead, it has suicide doors. EXACTLY like a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

There’s our dearly departed friend the Skoda Roomster.

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And then there’s the Dacia Logan MCV (Good news!).

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It’s a bit more of a wagon if I’m honest.

Come to think of it, the Soul fits in this class too, also the 500L. But that’s all we get. And the 500L is crap.

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