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    7 Seater Cars

    The 7 seater car segment consists of 29 cars including Mahindra XUV700 (₹ 15.69 Lakh), Renault Triber (₹ 5.49 Lakh) and Maruti Ertiga (₹ 7.96 Lakh). Check out the latest prices, images, reviews & specifications of the best 7 seater cars.

    Top 10 7-Seater Cars

    Mahindra XUV700 ₹ 15.69 Lakh
    Renault Triber ₹ 5.49 Lakh
    Maruti Ertiga ₹ 7.96 Lakh
    Toyota Innova Crysta ₹ 17.17 Lakh
    Toyota Fortuner ₹ 30.73 Lakh
    Tata Safari ₹ 14.99 Lakh
    Mahindra Bolero Neo ₹ 8.77 Lakh
    Mahindra Scorpio ₹ 12.81 Lakh
    MG Hector Plus ₹ 13.97 Lakh
    Mahindra Bolero ₹ 8.72 Lakh

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    Q: Which are the best 7 seater cars in India?

    The best 7 seater cars in India are Mahindra XUV700 at ₹ 15.69 Lakh, Renault Triber at ₹ 5.49 Lakh, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga at ₹ 7.96 Lakh and Toyota Innova Crysta at ₹ 17.17 Lakh.

    Q: Which are the lowest priced 7 seater cars in India?

    The lowest priced 7 seater cars in India are Datsun GO+ at ₹ 4.26 Lakh, Maruti Suzuki Eeco at ₹ 4.59 Lakh and Renault Triber at ₹ 5.49 Lakh.

    Q: Which are the most expensive 7 seater cars in India?

    The most expensive 7 seater cars in India are Land Rover Discovery at ₹ 1.2 Crore, Mercedes-Benz GLS at ₹ 1.09 Crore and Lexus RX at ₹ 1.04 Crore.

    Q: Which are the latest 7 seater cars in India?

    The latest 7 seater cars in India are Mahindra XUV700 at ₹ 20.19 Lakh, Mahindra Bolero Neo at ₹ 10.3 Lakh and Hyundai Alcazar at ₹ 16.53 Lakh.

    Reviews of 7 Seater Cars

    • Xuv 700 review
      I have not bought this car yet. But this car is like a blast. It is a full value for money car. Earlier I was about to book Tata Harrier, but when I came to know about this car and Tata's service. I was pretty much disappointed. Only one con of this car is that there is availability of only 7 seater in the top spec. But if you need good boot space you can just fold the last row which I thought is a solution for it.
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    • Best car for family
      Car is awesome with full space. Cubic capacity is average that's why average is more than other cars, ground clearance is also good, .
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    • My dream car
      Buying experience is very good. I am so delighted to drive this car. Such a smooth riding I experience. I love this car. I took a long drive also, it's pretty cool. Look and feel of the car is also very good. People used to change extra styling, but I don't like it. I want to use as it is like a Ertiga original. I have added essentials like touchscreen, steering grip, door visor, sun screen and seat covers. Servicing also cool. Only two free services completed. Run @ 4500 kms. It gives @ 19km in highways and @ 14 kms in city traffic. It's very good mileage.
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    • Comfortable highway cruiser
      Buying experience with Toyota was memorable and I got my car delivered within 25 days after booking . Car is buttery smooth and glides on roads with minimal jerks . Suspension is balanced neither stiff nor too soft. You can plan your longest journey with innova crysta as it provides utmost comfort which another car in this range fails to deliver. Only cons which I experienced are : Tyre size can be bigger for 17 inch rims Interior Plastic quality could be better Rest everything is good and price is on the higher side but no other car can give you the reliability of Toyota and comfort of Innova in this price bracket. Happy and satisfied customer of Toyota Innova Crysta
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    • Great workhorse, but horrendously expensive.
      The car is good, it's a bulletproof workhorse. Has ample punch, specifically after the facelift. The 200bhp and 500nm torque are a joy to drive with. The suspension is a little hard but that helps it, it's planted on highway runs. Great range as well. The fuel tank is big and overall the performance is adequate. The car lacks some finesse, feels a little cheap on the inside. Some plastic touch points are absolutely preposterous to touch. Previous models from Toyota be it Altis, Innova and Fortuner were much better in terms of perceived quality in terms with touch points. It has become freakishly expensive, and Toyota being a lazy car maker hasn't brought any global car from its portfolio after the Vellfire. Service and maintenance would be as usual a breeze, the car is bombproof vehicle and one can't go wrong if they use their cars in a rough manner.... Fortuner will take up any challenge.
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