Comfort, space and versatility all contribute to the rise in sales of 7 passenger vehicles. Whether driving across town for a family reunion or across state to your favorite vacation spot, a 7 passenger vehicle can provide the comfort you desire and economic gas mileage you need. There is no better time to invest in a vehicle of this nature than the present. You can travel in style with family and friends without feeling the crunch of squished bodies in the process of getting to where you want to go.
Despite the benefits of 7 passenger vehicles, anyone interested in making this purchase should first sit down and determine the pros and cons of their decision. These vehicles are not cheap and you should count the cost of your investment before you decide to buy. For large families, these vehicles offer practicality and comfort, especially once the kids reach their teen years. However, even if you do not have a large family, they are extremely versatile and with a few modifications can be transformed into transport vehicles for business purposes. Their economical fuel consumption and high power ratings make them an attractive choice for this function.
Once you have decided a 7 passenger vehicle is for you, then you need to do your homework to check to see what the market has to offer. Manufacturers of these vehicles offer some stunning designs with very promising features. The following are some descriptions of but a few of these incredible 7 passenger vehicles for your careful consideration when choosing the one that is right for you.
Four Of The Best 7 Passenger Vehicles
For power options, the General Motors 2011 Yukon has been rated one of the best. Selling price is approximately $38,500. The Yukon features a 5.3L V8 engine and 4-wheel drive. Cargo capacity tops about 110 cubic feet. The Yukon can effectively tow up to 8,400 pounds which means you will have no problems hooking your trailer and taking off where you need to go.
If economy is what you are after, Hyundai SUV Veracruz for 2011 may be the vehicle for you with a price tag of approximately $28,000. The first two compartments behind the driver are spacious enough for adults while the third one is a bit more cramped, making it ideal for children. The 2011 Veracruz offers a quiet and smooth ride on paved surfaces, but this smoothness lacks somewhat on rough terrain. When it comes to safety, its quality construction and superb materials earned it a 5 star rating in the National Highway Traffic Safety Association’s crash testing program.
For luxury and style, you probably would like to look at the Infiniti QX56 for 2011, priced at roughly $58,000. It has a 5.6L v8 engine with the capacity to tow a whopping 8,500 pounds. Its luxurious cabin features a wide array of high-tech gadgetry for fun and pleasure, ample storage space and incredible comfort, with room enough to spare. The materials and the craftsmanship make this choice one that is hard to beat.
Last but not least, the Toyota Sequoia 2011 model, with a starting price of about $40,000, offers the greatest comfort and cargo features in a 7 passenger van. It also features several child-friendly features that other vans exclude, making it more convenient for families with children. For cargo space, you can get around 120 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded. In some models, within the third compartment, you have the option of getting power recline or fold seats for easier access to cargo.
These are but a few of the many options of 7 passenger vehicles you have available on the market today. This vehicle may not be for everyone, but it certainly has a lot to offer and makes an excellent investment for the future.
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Image Source GMC Yukon By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Hyundai Veracruz By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Infinity Q56 By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Toyota Sequoia By TTTNIS (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons