Compare the best used 7-seater cars

High quality used 7-seaters from rated and reviewed dealers

Best second hand 7-seater cars of 2022

Not much can beat that new car smell, unless it’s new car depreciation. That’s where a great used car makes a lot of sense, pick the right one and you can save a packet. To ensure that your used buy is as enjoyable as a new car, our carwow team has picked some of the best used 7-seater cars currently on the market.

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
£299* / month (£31,189)
volkswagen Touran

3. Volkswagen Touran

9/10
carwow price from
£360* / month (£30,189)
volvo XC90

4. Volvo XC90

8/10
Battery range up to 28 miles
carwow price from
£596* / month (£53,910)
land-rover Discovery

5. Land Rover Discovery

8/10
carwow price from
£664* / month (£53,832)
mercedes GLB

6. Mercedes GLB

8/10
carwow price from
£400* / month (£35,759)
kia Sorento

7. Kia Sorento

8/10
carwow price from
£372* / month (£39,017)
citroen C4 SpaceTourer

8. Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer

8/10
bmw 2 Series Gran Tourer

9. BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

7/10
peugeot 5008

10. Peugeot 5008

7/10
carwow price from
£345* / month (£33,287)

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Advice about used 7-seaters

Used 7-seater cars FAQs

Customer satisfaction surveys have rated Japanese and German vehicles very highly with the Skoda Kodiaq coming in as one of the most reliable 7-seaters around. Other Volkswagen Group vehicles also scored highly such as the SEAT Tarraco and Volkswagen Tiguan AllSpace.

If we compare used 7-seater cars of similar age, condition and mileage then you will find that the ones that were cheapest to buy new will remain the cheapest as a second-hand purchase. That makes the Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer one of the most affordable used 7-seaters from our list, although the Dacia Jogger is the cheapest new 7-seater in the UK which also makes it the cheapest nearly new 7-seater as well.

Make sure to do an HPI check to ensure that the car’s history is clean, look out for visual signs of accident damage and have a thorough look inside the car for undue wear and tear. Keep in mind that a few minor blemishes or marks on the paintwork and interior are par for the course on a family car.

A nearly new car should still drive like a brand-new model and there should be no odd noises emanating from the engine bay or suspension on a test drive.

For more advice, check out our guide on what to look for when buying a used car.

That depends on your particular needs and budget. A new car has a certain allure to it and comes with a comprehensive manufacturer warranty. You also get to specify the vehicle to your liking but may sometimes have to wait a while for delivery.

A nearly new 7-seater should retain much of that new car magic in its first year or two but often comes at a significant cost saving. Most will still have the remainder of the manufacturer’s warranty and extended warranties can easily be added on if required. 

You may have to search a bit to find a model that suits your needs, and it may be a bit harder to find your preferred colour/spec combination. However, many used cars come with optional extras that cost the original owner a pretty penny but don’t materially affect values as a used purchase.

Need more help deciding? Take a look at our new vs used cars buying guide.