A car for a large-sized dog (a Great Dane)04/16/2021
To put things in perspective, he’s 1m+ tall on all fours and has a body length of 1m.
BHPian handsofsteel recently shared this with other enthusiasts.
Dear friends, I have a large-sized dog. To be precise, a Great Dane (think Scooby Doo). My present car is a hatch. I am thinking of upgrading/getting a second car so as to accommodate him on our trips.
To put things in perspective, he’s 1m+ tall on all fours and has a body length of 1m. I am specifically looking for cars with three rows and a split second row so that some of the second row and the third row can be folded (flat?).
Would be grateful for any suggestions.
Note-I have considered the V cross and rejected it as I do not want to expose the pet to weather.
Here’s what BHPian Shreyans_Jain had to say on the matter:
You haven’t mentioned a budget but you seem to be open to spending 20-30L. Off the top of my head, go for the biggest and most practical car there is in the market – Kia Carnival. Huge size, big opening doors and hatch, massive space and all sorts or permutations and combinations possible with the seats. The mid variant has a bench seat option for the middle row which can fold, slide, split and tumble. Will be suitable for your specific requirement.
Here’s what BHPian gautamkhadse had to say on the matter:
A used Hexa should be good. Or else do what these guys did. Get a Tata Winger and remove the rear seats.
Here’s what BHPian hridaygandhi had to say on the matter:
Try looking at MG Hector Plus. This thread will give you more insights.
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