Top 10 Family-Friendly Car Features

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Family car shoppers make up a critically important part of the auto industry — why do you think there is such thing as a minivan or a station wagon? Families look at things like ride quality and reliability, but there are other important considerations that can make a world of difference. With so many options targeted at parents — like rear-seat entertainment and wireless headphones — Cars.com and MotherProof.com editor Jennifer Newman helps guide us through 10 important features for families.

Top 10 Family-Friendly Car Features

By Colin Bird | February 1, 2011 | Comments (2)

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Nic

Don't forget about the Volvo XC90 which has a built in booser seat. The middle of the second row seat can rise making an added booster seat needless. I thought it was pretty neat.

Bowrider

No dog friendly features made the list? Too bad.

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