Best and worst seven-seat cars 2018

Whether you're looking for a part-time seven-seater or a car to carry seven on a regular basis, check out which ones to go for – and which to avoid

Words By Claire Evans

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7. Volvo XC90

The original Volvo XC90 was on sale for more than a decade and, even at the end of its life, it was still a very practical seven-seater. The good news is that the new version is just as capable and a hell of a lot classier. Indeed, interior quality rivals the premium German manufacturers and, if you pick the right engine and trim combination, you’ll be getting one of the best large SUVs on sale today.

Pick of the Volvo XC90 range 2.0 D5 225 Momentum

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6. Ford Galaxy

Order a taxi to take you to the airport and chances are a Galaxy will turn up, but there’s a reason for that: its combination of low running costs and brilliant seating flexibility make the car a very practical choice. For a tall car, the handling is superb, too, so when it's just you on board, you can have a lot of fun driving it.

Pick of the Ford Galaxy range 2.0 TDCi Zetec

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5. Land Rover Discovery Sport

The Discovery Sport sits below the full-sized Discovery in the Land Rover range, but still offers seven seats – something that makes it stand out from its key rivals, the Audi Q5 and BMW X3. In addition, all versions have a comfortable interior and are relaxing to drive. And, by the standards of upmarket SUVs, the Discovery Sport isn’t overly expensive.

Pick of the Land Rover Discovery Sport range 2.0 TD4 180 SE Tech auto

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