What small cars can accommodate 5 adults?

I drive a Fiat Panda but have a family of four visiting in April. What is the smallest car I could hire that would accommodate five adults but not worry me in terms of size/spatial awareness?

Asked on 16 February 2017 by Mairi Macdonald

Answered by Honest John
All standard hatchbacks take five people. Band B or C. This from Hertz explains: www.hertz.co.uk/rentacar/vehicleguide/index.jsp?ta.../
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