With the summer holiday season approaching, chances are you may be looking to venture to one of the many holiday havens that Britain has to offer. With family in tow, luggage can be an issue, multiple suitcases, kids toys and those extra bits that you think you’ll need but never actually use.
How do you cram it all in and make for a comfortable journey? Well, we took a look at the 10 cars with the biggest boot so you can keep everyone happy and still have space for the dog!
We have mixed our ten to cover all budgets, needs and vehicle types, let us know which one you’d be driving!
The Volkswagen caddy MPV has been a popular vehicle among those looking for used car finance deals. Great for families and built with tech that suits the needs of all drivers, each spec of the caddy ticks many boxes. The 5-seater caddy Maxi boasts a huge 1720 litre capacity meaning you can pack plenty for your domestic jaunts.
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The Mercedes Benz E-class Estate fuses luxury and versatility to bring you a vehicle that just oozes class as well as space. There are petrol and diesel varieties available so depending on the type of journeys you make should determine which one you would purchase. A huge 1820 litres are available for storage, reduced to 640 if all the seats are up.
This no-nonsense SUV is a great family vehicle that definitely looks like its meant to enjoy off road and on road action. 820 litres of space are available when the seats are up, giving plenty of room for all you need for a trip away. Fold down the rear seats and you add close to a further 1000 litres more space. Cheaper than many others in the market too, this vehicle helps you save money and utilise space.
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Launched in 2015, this reliable model from Skoda has matched more expensive brands such as Audi or BMW. Offering a 660-litre boot when all seats are up, it expands to 1950 when they are down. With a few variations of the model available you can get the feel of luxury on the costs of budget. With features such as dual-zone climate control, and adaptive cruise control, Skoda are offering a lot of bang for your buck with the Superb Estate.
Citroen make their first entry on our list and its with an electric car too! Where Berlingo models were previously petrol/diesel, it was announced earlier this year that the Berlingo would only be offered with a pure-electric powertrain. There are 775 litres of boot space available in the standard edition and if you go for the 7-seater, you can pack all your gear into 1050 litres of storage.
At the higher end of the price range comes the Mercedes GLS which stands out for its quality, style and versatility. With the ability to transport 7 people you can take everyone the family on holiday and still have space for more guests…Or luggage. Fold down the rear row of seats and you are on 890 litres of storage space. Travelling just as a couple, you can fold down the middle row and your boot extends to a huge 2400 litres!
VW make another entry on to our list and where many vehicles we cover offer 7 seats, this VW model has opted to keep it at just 5 in order to provide passengers with more comfort and luxury. The 5-seater benefit doesn’t stop there though, there will still be 810 litres of space without any seats having to be folded down!
This vehicle is a VW flagship and therefore contains some of the best features that the marque as to offer. 15-inch touchscreen as well as voice and gesture control make it a great vehicle that won’t break the bank when compared to some other brands.
Launched in 2017, the Peugeot 3008 is a smaller vehicle than most on this list meaning the boot space isn’t quite as big as the other entrants when the seats are up. You’ll have 520 litres to fill, however, if you drop the seats, this capacity expands to 1670, perfect for trips away, or a big shopping trip.
The Audi Q5 is a vehicle that does well on long distance as well as short distance trips. It doesn’t comprise of all the best tech like some of the other options, but it does possess great fuel efficiency. Something well worth considering the current fuel costs. 550 litres are available for your luggage that increases to 1550 once the rear seats are folded. This particular vehicle has been popular with those that venture to ski resorts as the rear bench splits three ways meaning your skis and boots can fit whilst still giving seating space.
It surprising that a hatchback can make such a list but the innovative force that is Tesla have bought us a model that looks business like as well as being a great family car. Due to it being powered by an electric power train you get the addition of front storage as well as rear. The rear boot alone holds 744 litres but the extra space in the place where you would normally find a traditional engine boosts total capacity to 894. Hi quality tech within and able to provide more than 400 miles of range, this Tesla model definitely shows its class.
So, these are our top 10 cars with the biggest boots. If any take your fancy get in touch! We can help you secure finance on both new and used vehicles whether you are a first time driver or experienced on the roads. In addition, we are the market experts in offering poor credit car finance. All applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis meaning no matter your credit score, we can help. Get a free quote today!