These are the best seven-seaters in 2022

These are the best seven-seaters in 2022

Need a car with a whole lot of space? These are some of the best options around

Sometimes space is king when it comes to new cars. Particularly if you’re often travelling with more than four people a seven-seater will become the only option but, fortunately, there are plenty of options on the market today.

But with all of these choices, which one should you opt for? Well, we’ve picked out some of the very best options on the market today - so let’s dive in and check them out. 


If you’re looking for a great combination of premium style with that all-importnat seven-seat versatility, then look no further than the BMW X7. It’s the firm’s flagship SUV and as a result is packed with technology and the very latest features. It’s also available with a variety of punchy engines. 

But it’s also a fully-fledged seven-seater, with vast amounts of space available regardless of which row of seats you’re sitting in. This space ensures that the miles will whisk by in the utmost comfort. 

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Ford S-Max

The S-Max has been a runaway success for Ford, bringing a great level of practicality in a car that is just as rewarding to drive as many saloons. Though the MPV layout might not be the most popular at the moment given the increased demand for SUVs, the S-Max has bucked the trend and proved to be a real hit among buyers - particularly families. 

It’s a very spacious option from the cabin, too, but still retains plenty of boot space for luggage as well. 

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Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace

The Tiguan is one of Volkswagen’s most popular vehicles and in five-seater guise, it provides a good amount of space. Those who want a little extra passenger room but don’t fancy missing out on the Tiguan experience now have an option, too - the Tiguan Allspace. 

Bringing all of the same positives that come with the Tiguan but with the added bonus of extra seating, the Allspace will be a comfortable and versatile companion during any journey. 

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Seat Tarraco

As Seat’s largest SUV the Tarraco takes everything that people love about its smaller Ateca and Arona models and applies them to a bigger platform. There’s still Seat’s great attention to styling here, too, but it’s backed by a robust and well-made cabin. 

It’s also available with a series of efficient engines, while a new plug-in hybrid has just been added to the ranks as well. 

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Skoda Kodiaq

As the sister car to the Tarraco, the Kodiaq offers the same level of space and practicality. It’s a very practical option, with flexible seating allowing you to tailor how much chair space you need. With all the seats folded flat, you’ve got an almost van-like level of load area, too. 

Skoda also has a performance vRS version of the Kodiaq available for those who want a little added punch from their seven-seater, too. 


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Peugeot Rifter

Peugeot’s Rifter is a car designed around versatility. Its seven-seater layout is flexible and cleverly designed, but there’s also plenty of boot space that should eat up plenty of luggage. Much like other Peugeot models, it also offers loads of value-for-money thanks to good standard equipment levels. 

Plus, there’s the option of the fully electric e-Rifter for those who fancy a battery-powered version of this car instead. 

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