Which 7-seater car is best for your family?

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As your family grows, so does the need to find a vehicle that will provide the right number of seats to move your family around in safety and comfort. The good news is that there is now a wide range of cars available on the market, including medium to large SUVs, mini vans and people movers that can seat up to eight people.

What are other people buying?
The Kia Carnival has been the top-selling people mover in Australia over the past couple of years, while the Honda Odyssey continues to receive accolades from motoring organisations around Australia.

In the SUV market, the Ford Territory is popular as is the Toyota Prado and Holden Captiva.

When it comes to luxury seven-seater SUVs, the Volvo XC90, BMW X5 and Land Rover Discovery are some of the most popular models.

More choice than ever
With just under 40 models that offer seating for seven or more people, there’s a great choice to meet your every need. There is an option to suit any budget from the Holden Captiva at just over $30,000 driveaway to the luxurious Mercedes GLE 63 S with a driveaway price of more than $205,000.

Following is a list of seven-plus seaters currently available. We’ve split them into SUVs and people movers to give you an idea of their shape.

 

SUVs
Audi Q7
BMW X5
Dodge Journey
Fiat Freemont
Ford Everest
Ford Territory
Holden Captiva
Holden Colarado
Hyundai Santa Fe
Isuzu MU-X
Kia Sorento
Land Rover Discovery
Mazda CX-9
Mercedes-Benz GLE Class
Mitsubishi Outlander
Mitsubishi Pajero
Nissan X-Trail
Nissan Pathfinder
Nissan Patrol
Ssangyong Rexton
Toyota Fortuner
Toyota Kluger
Toyota Landcruiser
Toyota Prado
Volvo XC90
 

People Movers

Citroen C4 Picasso
Honda Odyssey
Hyundai iMax
Kia Carnival
Mercedes-Benz V Class
Renault Grand Scenic
Toyota Tarago
Volkswagen Caddy
Volkswagen Caravelle
Volkswagen Multi Van

Check out our range of seven seaters here

 

 

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