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The best 7 -seater electric cars to buy

In the past, if you were looking for the best electric car and you needed seven places, you didn’t have much choice. Today, however, there is a good range of seven -seater electric vehicles.

Their increasing number is due in part to demand, the evolution of legislation, technological progress and lower costs. Many brands, such as Volkswagen and Peugeot, have also accelerated the development and deployment of seven -seater electric cars by bolling seats at the rear of their electric vans.

You are not limited to the utility if you need seven places, thanks to the luxury choices of companies such as Tesla and Mercedes-Benz-Read the following to discover the best ecological options at seven places for sale in France today, including SUVs, minivans and electric vans.

Best seven -seater electric cars


The Mercedes EQB seven -seater SUV has a range of 420 km

The Mercedes-Benz EQB is one of the most reasonable options. This is a purely electric version of the very pragmatic Mercedes GLB, which means that it shares the same level of equipment and the same passenger transport capacity. The row of seats the most behind is only suitable for children, but there is enough space everywhere else so that most adults settle there comfortably.

It also behaves like the petrol GLB, while its 66.5 kWh battery gives it a very reasonable autonomy of 420 km. This should be more than sufficient for daily family tasks – but if you are cautable on a longer journey, it supports the 100kW DC fast charge which can recharge the battery to 80 percent of its capacity in approximately 30 minutes. If you don’t need seven places, you can turn to the other best electric SUVs of the moment.

Tesla Model X

The Tesla Model X is the choice of seven places to do if you are at the cutting edge of technology

Rather than building a square box and filling it with seats, Tesla has taken over the slender silhouette of the model model, enhanced with a high suspension and has a pair of rear doors Falcon Wing S ‘Opening vertically.

The appearance and technology of the Tesla Model X can be the subject of a love or a hatred, but one cannot discredit its capacities. Buy the entry -level double -engine variant and you will benefit from a maximum range of 560 km and a time of 0 to 100 km/h of 3.8 seconds. If you opt for the flagship version Plaid, this last figure falls to 2.5 seconds – and you will always be able to travel more than 480 km in one load.

Mercedes EQV

The Mercedes-Benz EQV offers a range of 320 km

The Mercedes-Benz EQV is actually a chic electric van with windows. It presents the same opulent interior as the Mercedes Class V, but its diesel engine and its fuel tank have been replaced by a 201 Chi electric motor and a 90 kWh battery. If you run as a middle -class parent parent, you will get more than 320 km of autonomy, which should be enough for many people.

Of course, this is not the fastest choice on this list, but it is one of the most comfortable. It is full of luxurious keys, like captain armchairs garnished with leather, sliding doors with electric control, a soft pneumatic suspension and a Burmester sound system. However, prices start from € 79,935. For this sum, the vehicle should be luxurious.

Peugeot e-Rifter

The 7-seater Peugeot e-Rifter is a practical and reasonable choice

We are now heading to the other end of the range of electric minivans. The electric version of the Peugeot Rifter, called e-Rifter, is much more affordable than the EQV and costs in comparison the modest sum of € 4,1330. It is much less luxurious, however, and its 50 kWh battery pack means that it only has an official WLTP 270 km autonomy-but it represents a good value for money if you only make journeys short.

It is also a practical choice. The cabin offers a lot of space and resistant interior plastics should well support the family life tests. It is also quite comfortable, and if you do not like the Peugeot badge, you can still opt for the Opel Combo Life Electric or the Citroën E-Berlingo, which are mechanically identical. You want to know the other electric vans available ? Consult our guide from the best electric utilities.

Opel Vivaro E-Combi

The Vivaro E-Combi of Opel is a good option if you need to sit down a lot of passengers.
The Opel Vivaro E-Combi comes from the same family of vehicles as the Peugeot e-Rifter-it is just a little bigger. He shares the same 50 kWh battery and the same 134 hp electric motor as his little brother who, because it carries a larger vehicle, has a rather low official maximum autonomy of 143 miles. But it is enough for daily journeys between home and school.

As with the Rifter, the main argument of sale of Vivaro is the space. The cheapest combi version can accommodate nine passengers, while the Ultimate version is available with six captain armchairs, making it a cheap rival of the luxurious Mercedes EQV.

Volkswagen ID. Buzz

The electric minivan VW ID. Buzz is a funky and interesting option

ID. Buzz is the purely electric tribute of Volkswagen to the emblematic microbus of the 1960s. He shares the same cute style as the classic, but the same Meb platform as the last electric cars of the brand. This gives it a maximum autonomy of 412 km and a power of 201 CH – and there is a high autonomy version which should be able to cover more than 480 km.

Certainly, the seven -seater version of the ID. Buzz is still in preparation, but if you are looking for something more interesting and more charismatic, you may be ready to wait. However, expect it to be expensive, because even the current five-seater model costs around € 59,450. Nevertheless, if you want a fun family minivan that turns heads wherever it goes, it’s a great option.

Volkswagen ID. Buzz: a new more powerful 7 -seater version

The electric van ID. Buzz is continuing its seduction operation with a new version. Initially thought of North America, ID. 7 -seater buzz will be marketed in Europe and will receive a more powerful engine, as well as a new battery.

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Volkswagen will decline its crunchy van electric ID. Buzz in a version capable of accommodating up to seven passengers. To do this, the ID. Buzz wins 25 cm additional length with a wheelbase which now reaches 3.25 m (3 m on the standard version), while the front and rear overhangs remain the same. The total length goes to 4.96 m.

Sliding side doors have been enlarged for better accessibility, but it is above all the luggage compartment which goes from 1581 l in the standard version at 2469 l of maximum capacity. It will be possible to obtain a flat floor and choose between five, six (two rows of two seats), or even seven places. In five -seater version, the volume goes to 1340 L and the ID. Buzz keeps another 306 L of trunk capacity with seven passengers.

The new ID. 7 -seater buzz receives an APP550 engine (identical to that of the last ID.7), which benefits from a power of 210 kW (286 hp) and a maximum torque of 550 Nm. The speed reaches 160 km/h against 145 km/h for the basic version. This engine is powered by a new 85 kWh battery and the charging power increases to 200 kWh The autonomy has not yet been announced, the standard version contenting approximately 420 km.

ID. Buzz also receives some changes in equipment with the infotainment system introduced by the ID.7, including a new 15 -inch touch screen, a head -up display or even remotely controlled parking with a smartphone. The panoramic glass roof can also be darkened on demand.

Finally, Volkswagen confirmed the arrival in 2024 of a GTX version with a more powerful engine of 250 kW (339 hp), more suitable for the highway.

The price and launch date of this ID. 7 -seater buzz have not yet been announced.

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