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Last updated May 03, 2024 by David Motton

Best electric 7-seater cars of 2024

Seven-seat electric cars are quite rare – finding space for those batteries plus seven people and their luggage isn’t easy. No wonder many of the best electric seven-seaters are based on electric vans.

There are some exciting seven-seat EVs such as the Kia EV9 that don’t share anything with a commercial vehicle, though. That’s not to mention new models that will be in showrooms soon which could be worth a brief wait.

Whether you choose a van-based MPV or a fashionable SUV, these cars will save you car tax, avoid congestion charges and, if you are careful where you charge, cut your running costs, too.

These are Carwow’s favourite electric seven-seaters of 2024, selected by our expert reviews team.

Kia EV9

1. Kia EV9

9/10
Kia EV9 review
Battery range up to 349 miles
Volkswagen ID.Buzz

2. Volkswagen ID Buzz

9/10
Volkswagen ID.Buzz review
Battery range up to 283 miles
Mercedes-Benz EQB

3. Mercedes EQB

8/10
Mercedes-Benz EQB review
Battery range up to 321 miles

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Tesla Model X

4. Tesla Model X

8/10
Tesla Model X review
Battery range up to 340 miles
Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV

5. Mercedes EQS SUV

8/10
Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV review
Battery range up to 401 miles
Mercedes-Benz EQV

6. Mercedes EQV

6/10
Mercedes-Benz EQV review
Battery range up to 222 miles
Peugeot e-Rifter

7. Peugeot e-Rifter

5/10
Peugeot e-Rifter review
Battery range up to 172 miles
Citroen e-SpaceTourer

8. Citroen e-SpaceTourer

Citroen e-SpaceTourer review
Battery range up to 215 miles
Vauxhall Combo Life Electric

9. Vauxhall Combo Life Electric

Vauxhall Combo Life Electric review
Battery range up to 199 miles
Volvo EX90
2024
Most Anticipated New Car
Highly Commended

10. Volvo EX90

Volvo EX90 review
Battery range up to 363 miles

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Electric 7-seater cars FAQs

There are only a handful of seven-seater electric cars currently available in the UK. We can expect other manufacturers to start introducing their own seven-seater EVs in the near future, such as the Volvo EX90.

The Kia EV9 is the most spacious electric seven-seater SUV available. The Mercedes EQV is even larger and has more interior space, but it is an MPV that is based on a van.

The Peugeot e-Rifter and Vauxhall Combo e-Life are based on the same architecture and are priced within a few hundred pounds of each other. They offer a lot of space and practicality for the money, and start at around £30,000.

The Tesla Model X has a claimed 358-mile range, while the Volvo EX90 promises up to 363 miles between charges. The Mercedes EQS SUV beats both with a range of up to 401 miles. It is worth bearing in mind that cruising at high speeds for extended periods as well as very cold weather will significantly reduce those figures.

If you want a low-frills seven-seater for predominantly city use, then a used Nissan e-NV200 Combi is a great buy. If you need more luxury and a much better range between charges, then a used Tesla Model X can offer a big saving over buying new.