In Pictures: Size Matters: Small Family Cars

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Frances Hoysradt, who has a 3-year-old daughter, would like a car that’s smaller than the 2004 Buick Park Avenue she inherited from her mom. “This isn’t a car that I would have chosen myself,” she says. “It’s not good for car seats, and there’s not much leg room for a kid (in a car seat).”

While a lot of parents assume that all family cars need to be large, it’s easy to find a small car with plenty of space, upscale amenities and good fuel economy that can meet your family’s needs. 


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