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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4. Land Rover Discovery

Much like its predecessor, the new Discovery is a whopping great seven-seater. It represents a big step forward for Land Rover, though, because it’s more practical than any of its rivals, suitably posh inside and great to drive on or off road.

Pick of the Land Rover Discovery range V6 HSE

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3. Skoda Kodiaq

Skoda's first seven-seater, the Kodiaq, is a comfortable choice with a smart and practical interior, although you do have to be careful when speccing it because it's easy to push the price north of Β£30k if you start adding options. Fortunately, standard equipment includes automatic emergency braking, rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control and an 8.0in touchscreen infotainment screen with smartphone mirroring.

Pick of the Skoda Kodiaq range 2.0 TDI 150 4x4 SE 7st

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2. Volkswagen Touran

The latest Touran doesn't really have any major weaknesses. It's very practical and comfortable, with a high-quality interior. On top of that, the third row of seats are spacious enough to accommodate even tall adults and they stow easily into the boot floor when not in use. All this comes at a reasonable price with decent running costs. In fact, our favourite 1.6-litre diesel model returned an impressive 51.5mpg in our True MPG real-world fuel economy test.

Pick of the VW Touran range 1.6 TDI 110 SE

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