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If price is not the deciding factor and you are looking for a more luxurious or capable seven-seater family SUV, then look no further… here are all the seven-seaters I have tested that cost over $60,000!!

VW Multivan

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The VW Multivan ranges from $53,000 to $84,000, it is a very spacious seven-seater. It has five-top tethers and four ISOFix in the back and I could fit five big child seats in easily!! WOO HOO!! It has heaps of fantastic Babyrive features like inbuilt window shades on all the rear side windows, the second-row seats turn around to create a little living room in the back and the boot space is so good I could stand a twin stroller up in it with my shopping!!! Watch my top three features and the full review here.

Lexus RX-350L

The Lexus RX-350L ranges from $82,000 to $109,000, it is a lovely, smooth car to drive and it has great storage throughout. It does have four top tethers, three in the second row and one in the third row, but it really lacks legroom which makes it more suitable as a five-seater and you need to remove a child seat to access the third row. Watch the full review here.

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Land Rover Discovery SE

The Land Rover Discovery SE ranges from $67,000 to $117,000 and is a great family SUV and offroader, the interior is beautiful and it is also practical too. With four ISOFix points and FIVE top tether anchorages, I could fit five child seats which is excellent! Storage is very good throughout each row of the cabin and boot space is good too if only using five seats. See my top three family-friendly features of the Land Rover Discovery and the full review here.

Infinity QX80

The Infinity QX-80 ranges from $110,000 to $111,000 and has four top tethers! So I could install four big child seats however the ISOFix and top tethers are difficult to attach to because of their positioning. You also have to remove a child seat in the second-row to access the third-row. Legroom is good throughout. Storage is good throughout the QX-80 and it has an enormous central console box! There are media screens in the back of the front headrests and headphones supplied for the rear passengers. The QX-80 is soooo surprisingly light to drive, it really is a shock and very pleasant for a big car like this. Read the full review here.

Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series

In the Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series, ranges from $79,000 to $121,000, the third-row seats don't have any top tethers or ISOFix so you can only install three child seats in the second-row. The interior felt outdated to me but it suits the off-road nature of the vehicle and there is great legroom throughout. There is an enormous central console box and the boot space storage is great! Watch my top three family-friendly features and read the full review here.

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  1. If price wasn’t the issue, which 7 seater suv has the biggest leg room (particularly in the 3rd row) as well as a real boot? Reading this it sounds like the landcruiser except it doesn’t have car seat capabilities in the 3rd row… For a family wig 4 kids in car seats and the need for adults in the 3rd row. I love your website- the only one I’ve found that makes sense for mums and dads!!

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