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Best seven-seaters of 2022

If you’re in the market for a car that can seat seven then there are a number of great vehicles out there to pick from. Some are luxurious, others sporty, while the best can pack in the extended family and all their luggage. Our carwow experts have selected the very best seven-seater cars on the market today.

audi Q7

1. Audi Q7

9/10
Battery range up to 34 miles
carwow price from
£577* / month (£56,935)
skoda Kodiaq

2. Skoda Kodiaq

9/10
carwow price from
£277* / month (£31,189)
volkswagen Tiguan

3. Volkswagen Tiguan

8/10
carwow price from
£273* / month (£27,832)
volvo XC90

4. Volvo XC90

8/10
Battery range up to 28 miles
carwow price from
£589* / month (£53,910)
land-rover Discovery

5. Land Rover Discovery

8/10
carwow price from
£613* / month (£55,831)
mercedes GLB

6. Mercedes GLB

8/10
carwow price from
£400* / month (£38,609)
kia Sorento

7. Kia Sorento

8/10
carwow price from
£373* / month (£39,017)
bmw X7

8. BMW X7

8/10
carwow price from
£995* / month
peugeot 3008

9. Peugeot 3008

8/10
carwow price from
£240* / month (£30,649)
dacia Jogger

10. Dacia Jogger

9/10
carwow price from
£174* / month (£16,170)

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The Dacia Jogger is currently the cheapest 7-seater on the market. Prices start at £14,995, although you will want to spend a bit more for a few modern essentials like an 8-inch infotainment system and keyless entry. That pushes you up to the mid-range Comfort trim which costs £16,595.

The Vauxhall Combo Life MPV starts at £20,185 and has tons of space, although it’s a bit basic inside. Volkswagen’s Touran MPV in base SE trim is next up, at £30,470. It offers a lot more tech, space and performance than the Vauxhall and Dacia, but you do pay a fair premium for this. The SEAT Tarraco is one of the cheapest large 7-seater SUVs at £30,785.

For the most passenger space in all 3 rows, the largest SUVs like the Land Rover Discovery, BMW X7 and Audi Q7 are the most spacious.

All modern 7-seater vehicles need to pass some stringent crash and safety tests before reaching the market. Even 3rd row passengers have seatbelts, and most luxury 7-seaters also offer airbags for every occupant.

It is commonly accepted that a larger, heavier vehicle will be better off than a smaller, lighter one in the event of an accident.

Additional seats on their own may not necessarily affect the insurance premium, however they will be considered together with the main rating factors such as the vehicle size, type, performance and its intended use.