Class-leading, but increasingly in a class of its own
- Comfort oriented
- Practicality for all
- Room for seven adults
- Well-equipped for the price
- Not cheap to buy or least
- S-Max is a better drive
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Practical and spacious interior, carries seven in comfort, good to drive, fold flat seating, quiet at high speeds
Boxy looks, awkward handbrake, thinly padded seats
Comfortable, car-like to drive, plenty of passenger space, comes with seven seats
Wind noise, bulky styling, thirsty petrol engines
Excellent all-rounder, plenty of interior space, comfortable ride
Minor electrical niggles, dull styling, thirsty petrol engines
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