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Seven-seater cars have increased in popularity over the past decade, not only because the size of families is growing, but also because people are seeking cars with more room in the boot.
Gone are the days when seven-seater cars were a struggle to find – now there is a whole range of excellent 7-seater MPVs, SUVs and stylish off-roaders to choose from.
So, if you’re looking for a car that seats 7 people, or you’d benefit from a larger boot and the occasional extra seat for friends, take a look at our comprehensive guide below to the best 7-seaters cars on sale in 2015.
The latest Citroen C4 Grand Picasso remains one of the most popular seven-seater cars on the market. It offers buyers a practical, well built people carrier which is spacious and easy to drive. Carrying your family about in this car is made easy thanks to its easily laid out cabin and clear visibility for the driver. Most versions come with plenty of equipment and safety is top of the list. It might not be the most exciting car you’ll ever take to the road, but if practicality and value for money are important to you, this is a great pick.
The new Volvo XC90 has already received 5 star reviews from car-buying expert What Car? and has been named Car of the Year 2015 by Auto Express, making it a suitable rival for BMW’s X5 or the Audi Q7. This large, stylish SUV sports the classy up-market interior you’d expect from its prestigious badge makers. If you’re keen on a luxurious and comfortable car, the XC90 fits the bill and it comes well equipped too. To drive its highly refined, and as you’d expect from Volvo, safety features are of high priority.
The Ford Galaxy lives up to its badge’s reputation of being fun to drive. Similar to its younger brothers, the Ford Fiesta and Ford Focus, the company has yet again produced an MPV that’s fast, handles well on corners yet is refined and comfortable. Enter the cabin and you’ll be surprised at just how huge it is. The seats are highly versatile and there’s plenty of equipment as standard. If you can afford to go for the best, the Ford Galaxy is certainly up there, but for less cash and almost as much practicality, its sister car, the Ford S-Max, makes for a tempting alternative.
The all-new Audi Q7 is a car packed with technology whilst maintaining simple everyday features that make life so easy for its owners. You’ll pay a premium for the Q7, but for the price you’ll benefit from ride comfort, a plethora of safety technology and plenty of space within its plush, luxurious interior. The Q7 has been so popular over the years that it has since produced the smaller Q5 and Q3, perfect for smaller families looking for space and luxury. Weighing an astonishing 325kg less than its predecessor, the Q7 is cheaper to run and better to drive than ever before.
The Land Rover Discovery is not only a great seven-seater SUV, it’s one of the most attractive cars currently on the market sporting an outstanding interior packed with plenty of equipment to keep even the most discerning of drivers happy. It is a well built, stylish 4×4 car offering a luxury standard of travel for seven occupants, and bucket loads of space. But, its biggest attraction remains it’s off road-capability which, like all Land Rovers, is second to none.
The Ford S Max is one of the most popular seven-seat MPVs on the road and it’s not difficult to see why. It’s a stylish, good-looking and affordable seven seat car which is fun to drive and offers a spacious interior, housing seven passengers with confidence. What’s more, it offers a selection of highly efficient engines so your running costs will be kept at an all time low too. Even with all 7 seats in place, there’s still a sizable amount of space for luggage and no passenger will suffer from cramp, even in the third row!
The Renault Grand Scenic offers great value for money, although the interior is starting to look a little dated in comparison to newer rivals. It’s one of the safest MPV cars scoring the maximum 5 stars in crash tests with Euro NCAP. It’s a compact MPV so you’ll have to compromise on space when all three rows are in place, but quality is strong and equipment is generous. It’s a great car to drive which compensates for some of the less practical issues such as hard to fold down rear seats. All in all, it’s a good buy for the money you’ll pay and a reliable car too.