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Total cash price £18,999. Borrowing £15,199 with a £3,800 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.

49 monthly payments
£225.16
Fixed interest rate
9.9%
Total amount payable
£23,772.89
Cost of credit
£4,773.89
Optional final payment
£9,165.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

7 seater buying guide

To get enough interior space to fit seven seats, you’ll generally only find two body styles in this category – MPVs and SUVs. The former might not get the blood pumping in the same way a sports car will, but MPVs come packed with so many sensible touches and acres of space that it’s hard not to be won over by their do-everything abilities. Feature-packed models in this segment include the Citroen Grand C4 Spacetourer, BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer, Volkswagen Touran and Ford Galaxy.

Find out our top picks of the best seven seaters to choose from.

Of course, if an MPV isn’t quite your look, you’ll also find plenty of seven-seat options among SUVs. These cars benefit from a taller ride height, giving you a commanding view of the road ahead, plus a little extra off-roading ability if you occasionally need to drive further away from civilisation. Popular seven-seat SUVs include the SEAT Tarraco, Peugeot 5008, Kia Sorento, Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace and Land Rover Discovery Sport. Here are our favourite seven-seat SUVs.

Your questions about 7 seaters answered

If you compare a seven-seater car with a like-for-like five seater, you’ll invariably find that the seven-seater version will sit in a fractionally higher insurance group. As a result, your insurance premium will be ever so slightly higher for a seven-seat car compared with an equivalent five-seat model. However, the difference is likely to be very small, so don’t let it put you off if you need the extra practicality of a sixth and seventh seat.

There are likely a few factors that influence this. Seven-seaters often cost slightly more to buy than their five-seat counterparts, pushing premiums up. Plus, you’re more likely to be carrying more passengers in a seven-seater, which could increase the number of personal injury claims in the event you’re involved in an accident.

All modern cars sold in the UK are safe thanks to the continued work of bodies such as Euro NCAP in driving vehicle safety standards forward. Seat belts, crumple zones, and collision avoidance and mitigation technologies have all made todays’ vehicles safer than they’ve ever been before.

Seven seaters are tested to the same standards and, thus, get all the same benefits as five-seat models. It is generally advised, however, that small children who still use ISOFIX car seats are seated in the second row rather than the third for extra peace of mind.

Seven seater cars can be incredibly useful, even if you don’t regularly use all the seats. For one, parents with two or three children might find their offspring want to bring their friends home after school, at which point the sixth and seventh seats really come into their own.

Even if you’re not carrying passengers, seven seaters can come in handy thanks to the enormous load area you get if you fold the rear rows down. Some MPVs and larger SUVs can even give small vans a run for their money when it comes to load-lugging ability.