Aircross and Spin are the only ones under R$150,000; see list

Aircross and Spin are the only ones under R$150,000; see list
Aircross and Spin are the only ones under R$150,000; see list
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Chevrolet has just renewed the Spin, its long-lasting minivan that stood out as the cheapest seven-seater car on the market. But the competition moved and Citroën ended up stealing that title with the C3 Aircross, which debuted just over a month ago. The French SUV starts at R$117,990 in the entry-level configuration, that is, R$20,000 cheaper than the Spin version that has seven seats. This is because the two cheapest versions of the minivan only have a five-seat option.



In any case, both models have versions for seven passengers for less than R$150,000, well below the rest of other vehicles in this segment sold in the country. For less than R$200,000, for example, there is only one more option in the market, the Caoa Chery Tiggo 8. Then, only more expensive cars, which can cost more than R$1 million. But there is a very diverse range, which includes hybrid and even electric options.

Discover below some good options for seven-seater models available on the Brazilian market.

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7-seater cars in Brazil

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Chevrolet Spin

Last week, Chevrolet revealed the Spin with a new look. The minivan underwent a general aesthetic redesign, but maintained the mechanical set made up of the well-known 1.8 flex aspirated engine that delivers 111 hp and 17.7 mkgf. There are four versions available, the entry-level LT MT being the only one with a six-speed manual transmission, which costs R$119,990. The others have an automatic transmission, also with six gears.

However, this entry-level version does not have a seven-seater option. To take more people, only from the LTZ configuration, R$ 137,990. Six airbags, LED headlights and taillights, reversing camera, 8″ digital panel, MyLink multimedia center with 11″ screen, push-button start, rain sensor, twilight sensor, parking sensor, on-board computer and aluminum wheels 16” are part of the equipment list.

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Citroën C3 Aircross

Launched in February, the C3 Aircross became the cheapest seven-seater car on the Brazilian market. The entry-level Feel version costs R$117,990. The advantage of the SUV is that it has a 1.0 turboflex engine, which delivers 125 hp with gasoline and 130 hp with ethanol, in addition to 20.4 mkgf with both fuels.

This engine is present in several cars from the Stellantins group, such as the Fiat Pulse or the Peugeot 208. The transmission is always a CVT that simulates seven gears. The equipment list highlights the multimedia center with a 10″ screen, air conditioning, height-adjustable driver’s seat, electric windows and locks and 16″ wheels.

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Caoa Chery Tiggo 8

Caoa Chery’s largest SUV, the Tiggo 8 is known for its great value for money, as the car is well equipped and spacious. Under the hood is the 1.6 turbo engine with 187 hp and 28 mkgf paired to the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. In the Max Drive configuration, it starts at R$179,990.

In measurements, they are 4.70 m long, 1.86 m wide and 1.70 high and 2.71 m wheelbase. The trunk holds 193 liters in the seven-seat configuration and 889 liters without the third row of seats. Comes with 10.25″ multimedia center, 12.3″ digital panel, induction cell phone charger, panoramic sunroof, 360 cameraOblind spot monitoring, among others.

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Jeep Commander

Made on a stretched version of the Compass platform to accommodate the two extra seats, the Commander is 4.77 meters long, 1.86 m wide, 1.68 m high and has a wheelbase of 2.79 m. The trunk has 233 liters with seven seats and 661 liters with five. Its entry-level Longitude version starts at R$241,590.

There are two engine options. The first is the 1.3 turboflex with up to 185 hp and 27.5 mkgf, as well as a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. The second has the 2.0 turbodiesel with 170 hp and 38.7 mkgf. In this case, the transmission is a nine-speed automatic and the traction is all-wheel drive.

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Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace R-Line

At the end of 2023, the Tiguan Allspace went back on sale in Brazil after a hiatus of almost two years. Available in a single R-Line version, the SUV is equipped with a 2.0 turbo engine that delivers 186 hp and 30.6 mkgf, as well as an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. Therefore, the new Tiguan lost power compared to its predecessor, which had 200 hp and all-wheel drive. With a renewed look, the model has recently become more expensive and is priced at R$284,590.

In terms of measurements, it is 4.73 meters long, 1.84 m wide, 1.66 m high and has a wheelbase of 2.79 m. Its trunk holds 686 liters with five seats and 216 liters when the two spare seats are folded. The equipment list highlights the 10.25″ digital panel, 8″ multimedia center, three-zone air conditioning, cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, parking assistant and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detector .

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Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

With a starting price of R$339,990 in the HPE version, the Pajero Sport is a more robust SUV that is not afraid to face more difficult sections. Equipped with a 2.4 turbodiesel engine with 190 hp and 43.9 mkgf, the model has an eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.

It is 4.78 meters long, 1.81 m wide, 1.80 m high and has a wheelbase of 2.80 m. The trunk has a capacity of 120 liters with seven seats and 502 liters with the third row folded down. According to Mitsubishi, there are 32 possible seat configurations. The Pajero Sport also has an autonomous braking system, hill ascent and descent assistant, LED headlights and taillights and a JBL multimedia center.

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Chevrolet Trailblazer

Available in a single Premier version, the Chevrolet Trailblazer costs R$368,550. Under the hood, the SUV has a 2.8 turbodiesel engine with 200 hp and 51 mkgf of torque. The gearbox is a six-speed automatic and the traction is always all-wheel drive.

It is also 4.88 meters long, 1.90 meters wide, 1.84 meters high and has a wheelbase of 2.84 meters. The trunk holds 205 liters with seven seats and 554 liters with capacity for up to five occupants. It comes with six airbags, digital air conditioning, ACC, hill speed control, parking and rain sensors, MyLink multimedia center, with 8″ screen, native Wi-Fi and 18″ alloy wheels.

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Mercedes-Benz GLB

Among premium brands, the Mercedes-Benz GLB 200 is the most affordable option for those who want a seven-seater car from a luxury brand. The price, however, is not low. Currently, the table is R$374,900 in the 200 Progressive version.

Under the hood, the SUV has a 1.3 turbo engine with 163 hp and 25.5 mkgf with mild hybrid technology (in some situations, the electrical system offers an extra 14 hp). The transmission is automated with dual clutch and seven gears. According to the automaker, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h occurs in 9.3 seconds and the maximum speed is 210 km/h. Regarding dimensions, the car is 4.63 meters long, 1.83 m wide, 1.66 m high and has a wheelbase of 2.83 m.

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Toyota SW4

One of the strongest names in the seven-seater car segment is the Toyota SW4. The SUV starts at R$386,290 in the SRX Platinum 7S version – there is a more affordable configuration, but without the two extra seats. Under the hood is the 2.8 16V turbodiesel engine that delivers 204 hp and 50.9 mkgf. The transmission is a six-speed automatic and the traction is all-wheel drive.

The SW4 is 4.79 meters long, 1.85 m wide, 1.83 m high and has a wheelbase of 2.74 m. With seven seats, the trunk capacity is 180 liters. Among the highlights, the model has seven airbags, lane change warning system, descent and ascent assistant, 9″ multimedia center with eight speakers, LED headlights and taillights and 18″ alloy wheels.

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Discovery Sport

After an identity crisis at Land Rover, the Discovery became its own brand and starts at R$447,490 for the seven-seater version with a flex engine. Recently renewed, the SUV features a 2.0 four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine that delivers 249 hp and 40 mkgf of torque. In addition, there is also the option of a 2.0 turbodiesel engine with 204 hp and 43.9 mkgf, which is more expensive (R$ 479,490). The transmission is always a nine-speed automatic with all-wheel drive.

In measurements, 4.60 meters long, 1.90 wide, 1.73 high and 2.74 wheelbase. The luggage compartment holds 157 liters with the seven seats folded. The equipment list includes an 11.4” multimedia center, adaptive cruise control, lane assist with correction, 360 camerasOtransparent hood technology, leather seats, panoramic roof and 20” alloy wheels.

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BYD Tan

The only electric vehicle on the list, the BYD Tan does not have much notoriety among the Chinese brand’s cars, which ended up focusing its efforts on models such as the Dolphin and Song Plus, for example. However, for R$529,890, the Tan is a good option for those who have a large family and want a car in this segment. It has two electric motors that generate 517 hp and 69.3 mkgf. The traction is all-wheel drive. According to data from Inmetro, the maximum autonomy (combined between city and highway) is 472 km.

Thus, in measurements, it is 4.87 meters long, 2.82 m wheelbase, 1.95 m wide and 1.72 m high. Adaptive autopilot, lane recognition, automatic emergency braking, high-resolution cameras even inside the cabin and the already famous 15.6” rotating multimedia center are part of the equipment list.

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Volvo XC90

The Volvo XC90 Recharge is the only plug-in hybrid on the list, but it is also one of the most expensive. According to the Swedish brand, the model has a starting price of R$608,950 in the Plus version. The SUV combines a 2.0 combustion engine with an electric one to generate 455 hp and 72.3 mkgf. The autonomy with the exclusive use of the electric propellant is up to 50 km. The gearbox is a nine-speed automatic and the traction is all-wheel drive on demand.

Its measurements are 4.95 meters long, 1.77 meters high, 1.96 m wide and a wheelbase of 2.98 m. Thus, the trunk holds 316 l with the third row of seats folded. Highlights among the equipment are a multimedia center with integrated Google systems, head-up display, Bowers & Wilkins sound, 360 camerasOpanoramic roof and a series of semi-autonomous driving assistants.

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BMW X7

The most expensive on the list, the BMW X7 costs no less than R$1,199,950 in the M60i version. It is, however, the brand’s largest model, equipped with an engine 4.4 twin-turbo V8 with mild hybrid technology that delivers 530 hp and 76.4 mkgf. In other words, the system helps reduce consumption, with averages of 15.8 km/l in the city and 12.4 km/l on the highway, according to Inmetro. The transmission is an eight-speed automatic with XDrive all-wheel drive.

In terms of dimensions, they are 5.16 meters long, 2 m wide, 1.79 m high and a long wheelbase of 3.10 m. Even with seven seats, the trunk has 300 liters of capacity. Finally, among the equipment, there is pneumatic suspension, five-zone air conditioning, sunroof, Bowers & Wilkins Diamond sound, 12.3″ instrument panel, 14.9″ multimedia center and 22-inch wheels.

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