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Best SUVs with 7 seats of 2023

If you have a family that is outgrowing regular five-seat cars, then you might need one of these – a stylish SUV with seats for seven, so that you can all squeeze in. Here are some of the best you can buy.

Audi Q7

1. Audi Q7

Audi Q7 review
Battery range up to 34 miles
Skoda Kodiaq

2. Skoda Kodiaq

Skoda Kodiaq review
Volvo XC90

3. Volvo XC90

Volvo XC90 review
Battery range up to 28 miles
SEAT Tarraco

4. SEAT Tarraco

SEAT Tarraco review
Land Rover Discovery

5. Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover Discovery review
Mercedes GLB

6. Mercedes GLB

Mercedes GLB review
Kia Sorento

7. Kia Sorento

Kia Sorento review

8. BMW X7

BMW X7 review
Mercedes GLS

9. Mercedes GLS

Mercedes GLS review
Peugeot 5008

10. Peugeot 5008

Peugeot 5008 review

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That depends on whether you think the Dacia Jogger counts as an SUV. If you think it does, then you can have seven roomy seats (and two rear ISOFIX points as standard) for £15,345. It’s about all the car you could ever really need (net of the poor NCAP safety rating). If the Jogger isn’t truly an SUV, then you’ll need to spend considerably more. The Peugeot 5008 is the next-most affordable, with the SEAT Tarraco coming a close second.

Do you mean on the outside? Step forward the new long-wheelbase seven-seat Range Rover, with a total exterior length of 5,252mm — just pipping the Mercedes GLS. If you mean on the inside, then it’s the BMW X7 with a massive 954mm of rear legroom.

The Peugeot 5008 the champ here — fold down the third row, and you have 780 litres of boot volume to play with. Fold down all the seats (and remove the third row entirely) and you have 2,150 litres of space, although you won’t have a flat load floor. The Skoda Kodiaq can offer more space, with a maximum 835 litres on offer, but that’s for the five-seat model, not the seven-seater.

The problem is that the massive upswing in SUV sales has more or less killed off the seven-seat MPV market altogether. The last few standing are cars such as the Volkswagen Touran, and the Ford S-Max and Galaxy, although Volkswagen also now has the impressive new Multivan. The Renault Espace and Scenic? Seat Alhambra? Mazda 5? Vauxhall Zafira? All gone. Beyond that, you’re looking at van-based seven-seaters such as the Peugeot Traveller or the Citroen Berlingo. The thing is, these are the cars you actually should be buying — they’re almost always roomier than a comparable SUV model, and usually have better fuel economy and emissions, too.