For those of you with larger families, the kids will love the extra space available on-board.
Especially the great little extra row of seating in the rear.
If you’re a young couple thinking about starting a big family, you also will benefit from these types of spacious and comfort cars.
The Seven-seater vehicle range, regardless of the manufacture, are perfect because of their convenience, flexibility and the fuel-economy they provide.
Not to mention their family-friendliness, the kids will really love them.
The following list contains eleven of the most popular 7 seater cars in Australia.
If you are looking for a brand new family vehicle with sufficient space and comfort, you should explore at least one of these possibilities
Top Australian 7 Seater Cars & SUVs
The vehicle is quite affordable and according to several surveys, it beats all competing brands in terms of weekly operational expenditure. The car is also popular because of its spaciousness, comfort, reliability and ease of driving. The Kia Grand Carnival actually has up to 8 seats! but can still carry 7 passengers.
2. Hyundai Santa Fe
The Hyundai Santa Fe ranges in cost from $36,990 to $49,900 and the car brags incredibly modern design. It is available with turbo diesel, a 2500-kg towing capacity, a six-speed manual or automatic transmission and excellent value for money.
The SUV has functional and luxurious interior design, which is one of its best characteristics. The leather seats and the dashboard design are two great features that make the ride much more pleasant.
3. Nissan Qashquai
The Nissan Qashquai – Formally the Dualis gives you 7 seats for under $30K. Get the CVT option for best fuel-efficiency and enjoy ample storage, good handling, and plenty of room for toting around the kids (and their friends).
It even has a chilled glove-box, if you happen to need to keep a few juice boxes on hand and want them moderately cool or want to protect your sunglasses from extreme heat when you are not wearing them.
4. Audi Q7
Moving to the more expensive price range, Audi Q7 is one of the most elegant 7 seat options. Its price ranges between $80,410 and $92,400. It is classified as a luxury SUV and it corresponds to the description 100 percent.
There are several engine possibilities including diesel, petrol and environment-friendly options that decrease nitrogen oxide emissions by as much as 70 percent.
A sports version of the car is available as well. The interior design makes this seven-seater incredibly luxurious and the Multi-Media Interface adds an innovative touch to the car’s control.
5. Honda Odyssey
Honda unveiled the brand new member of the Odyssey family that will replace the current model in the first months of 2014. According to an official announcement, the new Honda Odyssey will try to challenge the market position of Kia Carnival. Just like the carnival this vehicle is capable of being and 8 Seater family mover.
The exterior design will be remodeled to give a van-like appearance to the car. Odyssey’s interior has also seen major improvements. There will be a single-tier media system and seats with a reclining function.
Honda is yet to provide information about the Odyssey engines and the hi-tech solution that will be available.
6. BMW X5
BMW has also provided information about the 2016 X5 model. The car falls in the price range between $97,900 and $155,900. Currently, it is the best-selling luxury SUV in Australia and for good reason.
BMW X5 has a sleeker exterior in 2016. The car is longer and wider than the previous model and it is available with three different engine possibilities. A turbocharged diesel engine is capable of getting you from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.9 seconds. Stable and luxurious, this SUV deserves its inclusion among Australia’s best 7 seaters.
7. Toyota Kluger
If you want something pricier but still a great value, consider going for the Toyata Kluger. With a 2-wheel drive, this seven-seat model offers a nice V6 engine with enough power to handle towing when necessary.
If you can’t find one, the Hyundai Santa Fe is the next on the list, with much the same features, although you have your choice of a 2.4 litre petrol or a 2.2L turbo-diesel. Neither is particularly luxurious, but they do capture a nice sporty air.
8. Holden Captiva
There are enough options to make just about everyone happy, with