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Best second hand 7-seater cars of 2024

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

Audi Q7 review
Battery range up to 34 miles
Skoda Kodiaq (2017-2024)

2. Skoda Kodiaq

Skoda Kodiaq (2017-2024) review
Volvo XC90

3. Volvo XC90

Volvo XC90 review
Battery range up to 28 miles
Land Rover Discovery

4. Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover Discovery review
Mercedes-Benz GLB

5. Mercedes GLB

Mercedes-Benz GLB review
Kia Sorento

6. Kia Sorento

Kia Sorento review
Citroen C4 SpaceTourer

7. Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer

Citroen C4 SpaceTourer review
Volkswagen Touran

8. Volkswagen Touran

Volkswagen Touran review
BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

9. BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer review
Peugeot 5008

10. Peugeot 5008

Peugeot 5008 review

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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.