The Land Rover Discovery is an incredibly capable car. Not only can it seat seven adults in comfort, it also comes with Land Rover's 'go-anywhere' ability. True, the Discovery costs more than rivals to keep on the road, but if you want practicality from your 4x4 it's a good way to go. Problems with the air suspension are expensive to fix, so look out for warning lights on the dashboard.
We found: 2005 TDV6 HSE, 75,000 miles, £11,495
7. BMW X5
Every BMW X5 is a great car, but the first-generation model currently looks the best value. It’s great to drive, spacious, well equipped and highly desirable; sure-footed on the road and competent off it. Inside, there's room for five adults and everything is well laid out. But while it’s now available remarkably cheaply, it's worth noting that running costs are high. However, in the battle of the big 4x4s, the BMW X5 is one of the best.
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