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Nissan offers seven-seat SUVs and a seven-seat electric car. None of Nissan’s seven-seaters are among the biggest or roomiest on the market, but they have other strengths. Expect some clever technology and strong safety credentials.

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Nissan 7 seater range: current models

Here’s carwow’s take on Nissan’s seven-seat line-up.

 

Nissan X-Trail

The X-Trail SUV is now onto its fourth generation. Today’s car comes with five seats as standard, but you can choose to add a third row to bring the seat count to seven. Those extra seats are quite cramped, but handy for children or giving the odd lift. The first two rows are roomy, though, and the X-Trail is well equipped.

Nissan X-Trail e-Power

The X-Trail e-Power part of the name means this version of the X-Trail SUV comes with a clever and unusual hybrid system. The car has a petrol engine, but it never powers the wheels directly. Instead, it acts as a generator for an electric motor. Like the regular X-Trail, the e-Power is available with either five or seven seats. The third row is very cramped.

Nissan e-NV200

No, it’s not a van. The Nissan e-NV200 may be based on a commercial vehicle but in this guise it’s an electric MPV. Think of it as an alternative to the Peugeot E-Rifter or Vauxhall Combo Life Electric. There’s lots of space up front, okay space in the middle, but the back seats are quite cramped. The modest range means the e-NV200 is best-suited to town driving.

Nissan 7 seater cars FAQs

There used to be a seven-seat Qashqai called the Qashqai+2. But if you want that car you’ll need to shop for a used Nissan Qashqai. There’s no seven-seat Qashqai in the current range.
It can be, if you want it to be. The car comes with five seats as standard, but you can pay extra to upgrade to a seven-seat layout. Just keep in mind that the third row isn’t especially roomy.
Not unless you strap a sofa to the roof. The Juke is a small SUV, so it’s not realistic to squeeze seven seats into a car of this size. There’s room for five inside.
While the e-NV200 is a great family car around town, the X-Trail is a better all-rounder. So, we’d go for the Nissan X-Trail with the optional third row of seats. It’s a close call between the regular X-Trail and the X-Trail e-Power. The more powerful e-Power hybrid just about shades it if you expect to carry seven people regularly.