You rarely hear about legroom when buying a new car, but if you are tall or regularly transport passengers, it should be one of your top priorities.
You can choose from a variety of legroom and space-saving spacious cars in our list, ranging from family-friendly MPVs and estate cars to luxurious saloons and SUVs.
- Skoda Superb Estate
Even adults will have plenty of room in the rear, and the boot is simply huge. With so many options available, you’ll want to stick with a base model to make the most of the great value.
- Seat Tarraco
Even the base model has an adjustable second row backrest and 230-liters of storage with all seats up and 700-litres with the third row folded flat.
- Hyundai Ioniq 5
With its retro-modern look and ample space, the Ioniq 5 stands out in any crowd.
Due to its electric powertrain, the rear seats can be adjusted to accommodate a trio of adults comfortably and there is no transmission tunnel protruding from the cabin.
- Audi A8 L
With the latest long-wheelbase Audi A8 L, the A8 has always excelled at providing luxurious comfort for its passengers.
You can upgrade to the rear seat package for the ultimate experience. This adds electric adjustability, lumbar support with four positions, a footrest, and a massage function as well.
- Mercedes S-Class Long Wheelbase
Mercedes S-Class is still the benchmark for large luxury saloons. Despite the fact that there are plenty of them out there. Choosing the long wheelbase trim will increase the rear legroom by 11 cm and replace the rear pew with two individual back seats. The ‘base’ trim can comfortably seat five tall people.
You’ll have an additional 12.1cm (4.7 inches) of rear space when the Maybach trim is added, and you’ll have champagne flutes, high-pile carpets, and temperature-controlled rear cupholders.
- Volkswagen Polo
There is plenty of space in the back of the Volkswagen Polo, and the boot is a good size too. You don’t have to buy a gigantic SUV or luxury black limousine to get lots of rear seat space.
Aside from that, you get that typical Volkswagen solidity, which means everything feels built to last. And the materials are generally of high quality. If you don’t use the entry-level 1.0-litre engine, you’ll find the Polo quiet and comfortable on the motorway.
- Tesla Model X
An all-rounder at its best, the Tesla Model X boasts performance rivaling sports spacious cars and cutting-edge technology.
Even basketball players wearing cowboy hats can feel comfortable in the first two rows of this vehicle. It comes in five, six or seven seat configurations and seats even less lanky adults comfortably in the third row.
- Land Rover Discovery
The Land Rover Discovery offers ample legroom for adults in the first two rows. And even the rearmost pew can accommodate taller passengers.
There is nothing wrong with the base engine. Although the top HSE trim offers 20-way front seat adjustment (base trims get 14-way adjustment) and heating for the rear seats.
- BMW X7
There is no doubt that the BMW X7 is a great package when it comes to on-road dynamics. owerful engines, and exceptional build quality. Seven adults can fit in this car (not always the case with seven-seaters). And you can upgrade to even more luxurious seats by swapping out the two-abreast second row.
Even with all three rows in place, there is still plenty of legroom and space in the boot.
- Mercedes V-Class
Mercedes’ V-Class MPV is the ideal luxury vehicle for large families. It seats eight comfortably (although we’d recommend the seven-seat package. Which replaces the second row with two comfortable seats) and is extremely practical as well.
As a result of the extended wheelbase ‘Long’ version. There is even more legroom and boot space for the third row passengers. As like Mercedes Benz S550, this class is more comfortable. These cars are very trendy as a fleet in New York and other states of USA.