The best new car leasing deals on seven-seaters

Need space for seven people? We've rounded up the best leasing deals across people carriers and large SUVs, with prices starting from just £259 per month...

The best new car leasing deals on seven-seaters

Land Rover Discovery with What Car? Leasing logo

Leasing is a great way to finance your next new car, because it allows you to have low monthly payments and to change your car on a regular basis. And the good news is that even if your family has grown to seven people, you can still find a great deal.

Our round-up of the best leasing deals on seven-seat cars includes What Car? award-winning SUVs, spacious people carriers and more, and each is available right now through What Car? Leasing. In each case, you can click the links to find out more about every car here, and see all the great deals available both through leasing and through What Car? New Car Buying.

10. Toyota Proace Verso

Toyota Proace Verso

Model 2.0D 180 Family Medium 8-spd auto | Leasing price from £351.54 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £2109.29 initial payment

The Proace Verso laughs at seven passengers, because it can actually seat up to nine people. Yes, it may look like a van, but there's no denying the sheer space you're getting for your money. The 2.0-litre diesel engine you get here is plenty powerful enough, too, and works well with the eight-speed automatic gearbox.

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9. Land Rover Discovery Sport

2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport front

Model D180 S | Leasing price from £417.65 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £2470.02 initial payment

While it's best to think of the Discovery Sport's rearmost seats as being for occasional use only, it can indeed seat seven when required. Elsewhere, the Discovery Sport is a thoroughly impressive large SUV, with lots of space and a lengthy equipment list. This version comes with our recommended D180 diesel engine, too.

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8. Citroen Grand C4 Spacetourer

Citroën Grand C4 Spacetourer

Model Puretech 130 Feel Plus | Leasing price from £907.39 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £2722.17 initial payment

The Grand C4 Spacetourer is a big, old-fashioned people carrier. That means you've got seven usable seats on board, excellent visibility and more space than your average starship. Most versions of the C4 come well equipped, and while you might think that a 1.2-litre petrol engine would struggle in a car as big as this, in reality it's a flexible and peppy performer. It is the most expensive car here by a country mile, though.

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7. Volvo XC90

Volvo XC90 T8 front cornering - 69-plate car

Model 2.0 B5D Momentum AWD Geartronic | Leasing price from £488.92 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £2933.52 initial payment

All XC90s come with seven seats as standard, and they're large enough for average-sized adults to be content in, even for longer journeys. The 2.0-litre diesel engine you get here offers relaxed performance, while Momentum cars come fully loaded with adaptive cruise control, heated leather seats and automatic lights and wipers.

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6. Ford Galaxy

Ford Galaxy front three quarters

Model 2.0 Ecoblue Zetec | Leasing price from £334.91 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £2009.46 initial payment

The Galaxy is a great choice if you need space for seven but also want something that's involving to drive. Ford's largest people carrier handles surprisingly well for such a large car, plus it's quiet on the motorway and has brilliantly flexible seating. This 2.0-litre diesel engine has enough grunt to haul the Galaxy along at a decent pace and is flexible enough to handle both town work and faster roads.

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5. Skoda Kodiaq

2020 Skoda Kodiaq front - 69-plate car

Model 1.5 TSI SE (7 Seat) | Leasing price from £259.10 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £1554.60 initial payment

Skoda's largest SUV is spacious and represents good value for money; it's the cheapest car here by some margin. Although its rearmost seats are less roomy than those of large SUV rivals such as the Peugeot 5008, they should be fine for shorter journeys, and SE trim has most of your equipment needs covered. 

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4. Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover Discovery cornering front three quarters

Model 2.0 SD4 SE | Leasing price from £568.72 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £3412.32 initial payment

The second Land Rover to feature in this list is the full-fat Discovery, which, unlike the Discovery Sp0rt, we saw earlier, has a third row of seats designed for more than just occasional use. In fact, the two passengers sitting in the third row can enjoy more space than in any other rival, so much so that even taller adults will be comfy over long distances. The 2.0-litre diesel engine you get here delivers adequate performance and helps to keep running costs as low as possible.

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3. Volkswagen Touran

Volkswagen Touran front

Model 2.0 TDI SE | Leasing price from £335.76 per month | The deal 36-month term, with annual limit of 10,000 miles. Plus £2014.56 initial payment

Until the arrival of the Citroën Berlingo – which we prefer in five rather than seven-seat form – the Touran was our favourite people carrier, and it remains a great choice for buyers wanting seven-seat practicality, without resorting to a bulky SUV. It's superbly spacious inside and is great to drive by MPV standards. Even better, our recommended SE trim has most of your kit needs covered, with automatic lights and wipers, 16in alloy wheels and adaptive cruise control.

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2. Peugeot 5008

2019 Peugeot 5008 front left tracking RHD

Model Puretech 130 Allure | Leasing price from £315.74 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £1894.44 initial payment

Large SUVs don't get any better than the Peugeot 5008. This five-star What Car? award winner is both spacious and comfortable, and while its rearmost seats are better suited to smaller adults and short journeys, it's still wonderfully flexible. This 1.2-litre petrol engine is pleasantly peppy on both town and motorway journeys, while Allure trim gets you luxuries such as dual-zone climate control, 18in alloy wheels and ambient interior lighting.

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1. Audi Q7

Audi Q7 2019 front left cornering

Model 50 TDI quattro S line | Leasing price from £588 per month | The deal 48-month term, with annual limit of 8000 miles. Plus £3528 initial payment

Our reigning Luxury SUV of the Year also happens to be one of the best seven-seaters on the market, and it's one of only a handful of SUVs in which you can fit three child car seats side by side across its middle row. This 50 TDI diesel engine is at home both on the school run or crossing continents, while S line trim gets you all the equipment you could want, plus a sportier look. If you're looking to lease a seven-seat car, you can do no better than this.

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