What 7-seat vehicles should I look at on a £10,000 budget?

I'm looking for a second hand 7-seat option vehicle with lots of space and have up to £10,000 to spend. The two models I'm considering at the moment are a Land Rover Discovery and a Nissan Pathfinder. Are there any other suggestions you can make for me to look at?

Asked on 16 February 2017 by Morgan Preece

Answered by Honest John
You've picked a couple of fuel hungry diesel 4x4s. The seats don't fold away very well in a Pathfinder and, of course, it's on the same chassis as the Navara D40 that has been breaking in the middle. An MPV, such as a Galaxy, will be better value and more economical.
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