Need a new minibus - any suggestions?

I work for a small charity and we're looking for a minibus that can carry nine people. We don't want anything too big. What do you suggest we get?

Asked on 6 January 2015 by Carole G

Answered by Honest John
Renault Trafic nine-seater. But check the driving licence, drivers hours, tachometer and insurance for a 9 seater before committing. An eight-seater such as a Hyundai i800 might work out more cost effective.
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