List of 7 seater cars on sale

Seven-seater cars are really useful for a whole load of things. Ferrying the kids around, going on holiday, being the designated driver to go to the pub with a few people and filling your home with flatpack furniture are just some of the ways you’ll value the extra space and seats. The rearmost seats in all these cars can fold away to give you extra boot space when you’re not loaded up with people, and many are as stylish as they are practical. Our list of all the seven-seat cars on sale will help you pick the right one for your lifestyle.

Head over to our car deals page to see how much carwow could help you save. Check out our list of the best seven-seat SUVs on sale for something a little chunkier or our breakdown of the smallest seven-seaters you can buy for more city-friendly models.

Audi Q7

The Audi Q7 features the crisp, sharp lines that define the Audi range applied to a full-size SUV. The gorgeous and spacious interior in the Q7, complete with six Isofix points, makes this safe, comfy cruiser a great family car choice.

Find out more at the Audi Q7 review, and take a look at the Audi Q7 deals page to see how much you could save.

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Bentley Bentayga

The Bentley Bentayga is available with third-row seating as an optional extra. When equipped with the 6.0-litre W12 engine, it’s not just the most expensive seven-seater money can buy, but the fastest, too. Few owners will hit its 187mph top speed, but it’s a great bragging right at the country club.

Check out the Bentley Bentayga deals page and Bentley Bentayga review to find out more.

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BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

The BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer marks BMW’s first attempt at a seven-seat MPV. True to the rest of the BMW range, it’s more fun to drive than almost all the closest competition and has just enough space to seat seven in relative comfort.

Head over to our BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer review for more info or check out our BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer deals.

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The BMW X5 proves big 4x4s needn’t feel stodgy to drive on the road with stable handling, a smooth ride and a great range of powerful engines. It seats five in comfort or seven at a pinch – rearmost passengers will be hoping their journey will be short.

Head over to our BMW X5 review for more info or view our BMW X5 deals.

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Citroen Grand C4 Picasso

The Citroen Grand C4 Picasso’s futuristic design proves people carriers can be practical and eye catching. It has substance to back up the style, too – the C4 Picasso’s cabin is spacious with three individual seats on the middle row and plenty of cubby holes.

Take a look at our Citroen C4 Grand Picasso review as well as our Citroen C4 Grand Picasso deals.

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Fiat 500L MPW

The Fiat 500L MPW takes the cute retro style of the iconic 500 city car and applies it to a more substantial seven seater. Being based on a compact platform, interior space isn’t as vast as some other on this list, but its small external size makes it comparatively easy to manoeuvre.

Head over to the Fiat 500L MPW deals page to see the latest discounts and find out more in our Fiat 500L MPW review.

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Fiat Doblo

The van-based origins of the Fiat Doblo mean it’s not just one of the most spacious seven seaters on the market, but one of the cheapest, too. There’s loads of headroom in all three rows of seats, and access to the back is easy thanks to a pair of sliding rear doors.

Head over to the Fiat Doblo review or see how much you can save using our Fiat Doblo deals page.

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Ford Grand C-Max

The Ford Grand C-Max is for the parent who still follows the racing line on the morning school run. Backing up the C-Max’s fun handling is its spacious cabin that’ll easily accommodate five or seven on shorter journeys.

Find all the latest discounts on our Ford Grand C-Max deals page and all the facts in our Ford Grand C-Max review.

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Ford S-Max

The Ford S-Max offers the practicality of a full-size seven-seat MPV but, thanks to a curved roofline, it looks more sporty than most rivals. It’s more commodious than the Grand C-Max so the rearmost passengers will last longer before complaining about the limited legroom.

Use the Ford S-Max deals page to see how much you could save. Find out more in our Ford S-Max review.

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Ford Galaxy

The Ford Galaxy is almost identical to the S-Max but the straighter, taller roofline means there’s a little more space for those in the third row. As a result, seven adults can travel inside in genuine comfort, even on long trips.

Head over to the Ford Galaxy deals page to find all the latest offers, and get more details using our Ford Galaxy review.

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Ford Grand Tourneo Connect

If you just need sheer carrying capacity, the Ford Grand Tourneo Connect might be cavernous enough. With a chassis from Ford’s commercial fleet, the addition of windows and seats has transformed it into one of the roomiest and cheapest seven seaters on the market.

Take a look at the Ford Grand Tourneo Connect review and Ford Grand Tourneo Connect deals page to see how much carwow could help you save.

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Hyundai i800

Thanks to its commercial underpinnings, the Hyundai i800 offers bus-like levels of cabin and boot space. This eight seater not only offers plenty of passenger space in all three rows but, even with every seat in place, there’s an 850-litre boot – more than double that of most family hatchbacks.

Take a look at the Hyundai i800 deals page or find out more using our Hyundai i800 review.

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Hyundai Santa Fe

The striking Hyundai Santa Fe covers most family car bases – it’s comfy, safe and spacious inside, while striking styling means it’ll look suitably smart parked outside the school gates. It’s better suited to five-seat roles but the third row is handy for occasional taxi duties.

Learn more in our Hyundai Santa Fe review and check out the Hyundai Santa Fe deals page for the latest savings.

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Kia Sorento

The Kia Sorento shares a platform with the Hyundai Santa Fe, but gets its own unique look inside and out. Entry-level Sorento models are cheaper to buy than the Hyundai, and the cabin is equally commodious. It also benefits from Kia’s industry-leading seven-year warranty.

Spec up your ideal car at the Kia Sorento deals page to see the savings on offer. Alternatively, find out more at the Kia Sorento review.

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Land Rover Discovery Sport

The Land Rover Discovery Sport boasts all the necessary family car qualities – it’s safe, comfortable, and spacious. The third row of seats is only really suitable for kids but, with them folded, there’s a vast boot and more legroom in the sliding second row of seats.

Check out our Land Rover Discovery Sport deals and head over to our Land Rover Discovery Sport review for more info.

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Land Rover Discovery

The Land Rover Discovery is larger than its Discovery Sport sibling, with more space inside, more powerful engines and even more standard kit. In addition to the interior with enough room for seven adults, the Discovery’s off-road prowess means it’s almost unstoppable in the rough stuff.

Head over to the Land Rover Discovery deals page to see the latest discounts available, and find out more at the Land Rover Discovery review.

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Range Rover Sport

The Range Rover Sport is a seven-seater for those who want immense practicality without compromising on style. As easy on the eye outside as it is roomy inside, there are few better ways to move up to seven people in absolute luxury.

Find out more in our Range Rover Sport review and see how much you can save on our Range Rover Sport deals page.

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Mercedes V-Class

Luxury MPVs are a rare thing. In fact, the Mercedes V-Class has almost no direct rivals. It’s able to seat seven with ease – or eight as an optional extra – and the cabin feels as luxuriously trimmed as some of Mercedes’ plushest executive cars.

Find all the latest discounts on our Mercedes V-Class deals page and all the info you’ll need in our Mercedes V-Class review.

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Mercedes GLS

Very little on the road offers the same presence as the Mercedes GLS – mainly because it’s so immense, you’d expect it to have its own gravitational pull. That bulk translates into loads of room in the interior of the GLS and all passengers are treated to excellent levels of perceived quality.

Try out the Mercedes GLS review and Mercedes GLS deals page to see how much money you could save on a new car.

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Mitsubishi Outlander

As one of the cheapest seven-seat SUVs on the market, the Mitsubishi Outlander offers plenty of car for the money. The Outlander’s 2.0-litre diesel engine offers enough grunt to carry you and six passengers while claiming 52.3mpg. Like some rivals here, the rearmost seats are only really suitable for short journeys.

Check out our Mitsubishi Outlander deals and head over to our Mitsubishi Outlander review for more info.

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Mitsubishi Shogun

Thanks to the brand’s reputation for rugged dependability, the Mitsubishi Shogun offers peace of mind few other seven seaters can match. The burly styling offers plenty of space and lots of appeal for off-road fans although the on-road handling leaves a little to be desired.

Head over to the Mitsubishi Shogun deals page to find all the latest offers. Find out more in our Mitsubishi Shogun review.

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Nissan X-Trail

The Nissan X-Trail takes most of the plus point of the smaller Qashqai – smart styling, a smooth ride and a well-built cabin – and adds an extra pair of occasional seats for a little extra practicality. Four-wheel drive is an option, but the front-wheel drive models will be more than adequate for most buyers.

Check out our Nissan X-Trail deals and head over to our Nissan X-Trail review for more info.

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Peugeot 5008

The Peugeot 5008 is a traditional MPV that offers strong value for money and low running costs. The 5008’s 1.6-litre diesel engine helps it return a claimed 65.7mpg and has enough torque to shift the whole family around without much complaint.

Find out more in our Peugeot 5008 review and take a look at the Peugeot 5008 deals page to see how much you could save.

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Renault Grand Scenic

Very few MPVs can claim to catch the eye quite like the Renault Grand Scenic – a swoopy window line and a huge set of standard 20-inch alloy wheels give it real head-turning presence. The cabin is spacious, even with seven on board, and the seats can all be folded remotely from the Scenic’s iPad-style infotainment screen.

Check out the Renault Grand Scenic deals page to find the latest savings. Find out more in our Renault Grand Scenic review.

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SEAT Alhambra

The spacious SEAT Alhambra is a sensible, practical choice in the seven-seat market. The interior feels robust and is well-stocked with standard kit – Alhambra SE models offer 17-inch alloys roof rails, half-leather seats and climate control are all standard. The huge body means each of the seven seats is large enough for adults.

Save on your ideal car on our SEAT Alhambra deals page, and learn more in our SEAT Alhambra review.

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Skoda Kodiaq

For most buyers, the Skoda Kodiaq SUV might just be all the seven seater they’ll ever need. There’s enough room for seven, the cabin feels suitably sturdy and there’s a generous choice of petrol and diesel engines to choose from. Understated yet handsome styling singles out the big Skoda from slightly more chintzy alternatives.

Save on your ideal car on our Skoda Kodiaq deals page, and learn more in our Skoda Kodiaq review.

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Ssangyong Rexton

The SsangYong Rexton is a seven-seater that offers its driver some genuine off-road ability. A permanent four-wheel-drive system ensures there’s decent traction in all conditions. Like rivals, the rearmost seats are best suited to children.

Save on your ideal car at our SsangYong Rexton deals page, and learn more at the SsangYong Rexton review.

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SsangYong Turismo

There are very few cars that offer as much space for the money as the SsangYong Turismo. Even when carrying seven people, there’s a staggering 875-litre boot – impressive for a car priced from less than £20,000.

Head over to the SsangYong Turismo deals page to see the latest discounts available. Alternatively, read our SsangYong Turismo review.

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Tesla Model S

From the outside, the all-electric Tesla Model S might look like a traditional five-seat executive car. However, thanks to the electric motor layout, there’s just enough space in the boot for a pair of rear-facing seats – although they really will only fit very small children. With top-spec P100D models accelerating faster than almost any supercar you care to mention, there’s no faster way to move seven people.

Learn more at the Tesla Model S review.

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Tesla Model X

The Tesla Model X is an SUV with true supercar-baiting speed. The staggering performance figures are even more incredible considering the Model X can seat seven – again with the rearmost seats being best suited to children and small adults.

Take a look at the Tesla Model X review for more info.

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Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser is a 4×4 that loves to gets its tyres dirty. Its vast size means there’s enough space inside for seven and, in five-seat mode, it offers a gigantic loading area, too.

Take a look at the Toyota Land Cruiser deals page and learn more in our Toyota Land Cruiser review.

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Toyota Prius+

The Toyota Prius+ petrol/electric setup helps it return as much as 68.9mpg – impressive considering its respectable carrying capacity. The cabin has a theatre-style stepped-seating layout providing decent room even from the third row.

Save on your ideal car at our Toyota Prius+ deals page, and learn more in our Toyota Prius+ review.

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Toyota Proace Verso

If even seven seats are inadequate, try the Toyota Proace Verso. This van-based MPV can seat up to nine people or, if seven is all you’ll need, offers acres of boot space at the same time. Remove the passenger seats entirely and the carrying capacity grows to 4,900 litres – the same as 10 Mercedes C-Class Estates.

Read our Toyota Proace Verso review and Toyota Proace Verso deals page to find all the latest offers.

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Toyota Verso

The Toyota Verso offers seven seats at a competitive price which, combined with strong reliability scores. makes it a reassuring family car choice. All but the entry-level model offer seven seats, while the Verso’s interior space is plentiful thanks to a flat floor in the cabin and a tall, wide body shape.

Learn more in our Toyota Verso review or try out the Toyota Verso deals page to see how much you could save.

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Vauxhall Zafira Tourer

A clever seating arrangement means that the Vauxhall Zafira Tourer is one of the most versatile vehicles in the class. Each of the six passenger seats can be folded, reclined or slid into all manner of positions to help maximise the space inside.

Check out the Vauxhall Zafira Tourer deals page to find the latest savings. Alternatively, take a look at our Vauxhall Zafira Tourer review.

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VW Touran

It’s important that a seven-seater family car gets all the sensible stuff right, and few do it better than the VW Touran. Each of the front five seats offers great room for adults, and access to the – slightly smaller – rear seats is easy. With an impressive 47 cubbies dotted about the place, finding lost toys might take some time…

Check out our VW Touran deals and head over to our VW Touran review for more info.

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VW Sharan

The VW Sharan was co-developed with the SEAT Alhambra, which means many of the same strong points remain. The VW offers a similarly massive cabin with room for seven full-sized adults and a marginally more desirable badge.

Save on your ideal car at our VW Sharan deals page, and learn more at the VW Sharan review.

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Volvo XC90

The Volvo XC90 is as practical as it is desirable. Handsome on the outside, stunning on the inside, the big Swede offers a mix of style and practicality few can compete with. Its seven seats will just about fit adults while the hybrid XC90 is capable of a penny-pinching 134.5mpg.

See how much you can save over at the Volvo XC90 deals page, and take a look at the Volvo XC90 review.

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