What's the used Mitsubishi Grandis like?
The Mitsubishi Grandis is a seven-seater sized somewhere between compact MPVs like Vauxhall's Zafira and traditional MPVs like the Renault Espace. It features a sliding three-person bench in the middle row, while the two seats behind can be folded into the floor or flipped back to make picnic chairs.
Unlike many rivals, the Grandis gives you a decent amount of luggage space when all seven seats are occupied. There's enough legroom, too, but six-footers will find headroom tight in the third row.
Further forward, the driver sits high up and forward visibility is good. It's easy to make yourself comfortable, even though the steering wheel only moves up and down, and the smart dashboard is logically laid out.
Still, the Grandis is no driver's car. The steering is light and easy in town but feels over-assisted at higher speeds, and there's body lean around corners. The ride is generally smooth, although noise and vibrations from big bumps can intrude.