I'm telling ya: minivans are better than SUVs for mommy duties.
Just wait. You'll see. When the 95 lb Lady Nohsreg has to simultaneously open a stratospheric SUV door while holding a squirming 25 pound baby, an overstuffed purse, and a diaper bag, and then manage to simultaneously load said bags into the SUV while hoisting said rugrat into a high-mounted car seat, we'll see how much she likes the Range Rover. With the minivan, you push a button on the keyfob, the sliding doors open themselves as does the rear hatch, so you don't have to fumble around with the car door without dropping the baby. And you don't have to step up or raise the child high to put him or her into the car seat--the sliding door gives you lots of extra space to maneuver and with the low load deck you neither have to elevate the child nor bend over to strap them down.nohsreg2000 said:My Wife would never drive a minivan. And I would not have one. I would buy a Full size conversion before a mini van. I am not arguing the very real practicality of them. I am against the stigma of being That poor SOB that has lost the will to live, but hey, at least it has sliding doors on both sidesSchillinger said:I'm telling ya: minivans are better than SUVs for mommy duties.