The car industry has the big families covered through the provision of the 7 seater cars. There are many brilliant seven seater models ready for almost any adventure.
Here’s our pick of one of the best 7 seater cars
Range Rover Sport
The range is built around the best-selling engine, Land Rover’s 3.0-litre SDV6 turbodiesel. Land Rover sells the Range Rover Sport in a single five-door body style, with this generation introducing the option of third-row seats in the rear. It was the first seven-seat Range Rover as not even its bigger brother of the seven seater models. The arrival of a three-row version was partly in response to customer demand: people are using Sports cars as their main family vehicles and want the extra flexibility. This is truly superb large car.
Citroen Grand C4 Picasso
The Grand C4 Picasso is a very handsome car with enough proof that even a seven-seat MPV doesn’t have to look dull. Fold the rearmost seats away and you’ll be treated to over 600 litres of luggage space. Put passengers in them instead, and you’ll find them slightly cramped for full-sized adults, but children will be more than happy. The Grand C4 Picasso is refined and comfortable no matter which specification you choose.
The latest Volvo XC90 car has slick Scandinavian styling, great driving manners, and a class-leading interior. If you need to carry seven people regularly, there aren’t many better choices than the Volvo XC90 – even the third row is suitable for adults, although taller people will be happier in the front two rows. There’s a massive boot, even with the rearmost seats in use.
Audi Q7 is a very premium way of moving the family round. Despite the new car being slightly narrower and shorter, increased height means there’s still ample room for seven people and a respectable amount of luggage too.
Land Rover Discovery Sport
The Land Rover Discovery Sport is a luxurious compact SUV. It is essentially a replacement of the old Freelander, but the Discovery Sport moves the game up with a bigger, more upmarket body and a really versatile seven-seat layout. The Discovery Sport has a comfortable interior, though the small size compared to other seven-seat rivals means the rearmost pews are only for occasional use. They are still useful to have, though, and when folded down they leave a highly respectable amount of boot space.
If you are on a tight budget and need a big SUV, the Kia Sorento is a great option. It is blessed with plenty of space, packed with standard equipment, and has probably the best interior to ever grace a Kia.
All the cars here have their strengths in different areas, it is therefore important to know what kind of car you will need before you buy your 7-seater. Larger families will be best off with a traditional MPV where the two rear seats are better designed for constant use by adult-sized occupants.
Desh Pillay Bechan