Top 10 used MPVS for less than £10,000

If you've got £10,000 to spend and you want a practical car don't overlook an MPV. But which one should be on your shortlist? We've got 10 of the best here.....

11 November 2015
Vauxhall Zafira Tourer

4. Vauxhall Zafira Tourer

It’s been the go-to choice for many families looking for a small, seven-seat MPV for years, but there’s a reason for that: the Vauxhall Zafira is a great people carrier, and in this latest Zafira Tourer form, even better than ever it was. It’s good to drive, with decent ride comfort and an involving chassis, but its biggest trump card must surely be its interior, which is spacious, versatile and feels classy to the touch. It’s reasonable to run and great value to buy, and there are loads of examples on the market meaning plenty of choice. Few common faults are reported, too. No wonder it's so popular.

We found: 2016 2.0 CDTi Exclusiv, 25,000 miles, £9,995

Read the full Vauxhall Zafira review


3. Citroën Grand C4 Picasso

Citroen C4 Grand Picasso

A flimsy interior with cheap plastics and fabrics that don’t wear well is a downside in any family car, and so it goes with the Citroën Grand C4 Picasso. But look at the many, many positives: the Grand C4 Picasso is one of the most comfortable MPVs around, and blessed with versatile seating and loads of space. You also get a decent amount of equipment and the engine range is fuel-efficient. With all that going for it, you might be able to overlook the Grand C4 Picasso’s slightly lightweight nature – especially when you bear in mind that low purchase prices make it look like great value.  It's now known as the C4 Spacetourer and it's still as desirable. 

We found: 2016 1.6 HDi Platinum, 48,000 miles,  £9995

Read the used Citroën Grand C4 Picasso review

 


2. Ford Galaxy

2015 Ford Galaxy 2.0 TDCi 180 review

The venerable Ford Galaxy has long been one of the prime candidates for buyers in need of as much space as possible, without resorting to a minibus. It is, quite simply, enormous, with seating for seven adults and even a bit of space for luggage. The downside to that size is that there are smaller seven-seaters that might be better-suited if you only need that third row occasionally. Nevertheless, if space is all, there’s little better for this sort of money. Powershift automatics can be troublesome and need frequent fluid changes, so check the history for evidence of this, and avoid ex-taxis, which will have huge mileages.

We found: 2016 2.0TDCi 140 Powershift, 75,000 miles, £9995

Read the used Ford Galaxy review

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