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Which are the SUVs with the biggest boot?

In the market for an SUV but need the biggest boot available? Check out our list for some of the biggest going

A grey BMW X7 driving in the desert

SUVs are a great option for families and people with hobbies that need extra space. If you’re taking long trips away, you want to know you’ve got room for all your luggage.

There are loads on the market to choose from, but which SUV has the biggest boot, and which is right for you?

We’ve pulled together a list of SUVs with the best bootspace so you can find the perfect one for you.

Range Rover

range rover rear

For those looking for the most space possible without sacrificing luxury, you can’t beat a Range Rover.

It boasts 800 litres of space for luggage and even has a Royal stamp of approval.

The British brand has led the way in SUVs for more than 50 years, so you know you’re getting quality.

It's a seriously impressive car - take a look at our Range Rover review for the details.

Volkswagen Touareg

grey volkswagen touareg

Bringing reliability and build quality, the Volkswagen Touareg shows off what the brand stands for.

With the added addition of plenty of space, the off-roader offers 810 litres of bootspace for you to fill.

It's well-built and hard-wearing, so it's perfect for daily family usage.


A grey BMW X7 driving in the desert

The BMW X7 is the largest SUV offered by the brand, and with a staggering 750 litres of bootspace, it’s the largest available outside of people carriers.

The boxy body makes it perfect for suitcases, and there’ll still be room for all your passengers – and maybe a set of golf clubs too!

If you want to maximise space in a luxury setting, the X7 is a top choice.

Dacia Duster

The Dacia Duster is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a smaller SUV with loads of room.

The Duster is a five-seater with a spacious 445-litre boot, and you can even increase this to 1,623 litres if you put the seats down.

This is a fantastic entry into the world of SUVs, and it's great value for money with the sheer amount of space you get.

Škoda Karoq

A red Skoda Karoq

The Škoda Karoq offers more than 580 litres of bootspace without sacrificing passenger space.

Some models of this SUV also offer removable seats, which can expand space to 1,810 litres.

It's a truly adaptable SUV that can function as a large loader when needed.

Mercedes GLE

a dark blue Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 driving on a mountain road

For an SUV with class, style and elegance, the Mercedes GLE is unmatched.

You can choose five- or seven-seat models, and in five-seat mode, you have more than 630 litres of space.

The GLE has all the slick looks and modern tech you'd expect from Mercedes, such as traffic sign assist and heated seats.

Land Rover Discovery

You can’t talk about SUVs without mentioning the Land Rover Discovery.

The British motoring icon is famed for its off-road abilities, but the space is amazing. When you put down the back seats, you jump from more than 1,200 litres to nearly 2,500 litres.

It's ideal if you live and outdoorsy lifestyle and want an SUV that can stand up to the elements.

Peugeot 3008

The Peugeot 3008 has seen many changes to its looks and interior over the years, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the amount of space on offer.

The 3008 has one of the largest boots in its class – with all seats in place you get an impressive 591 litres of space, and if you fold down the other seats that increases to 1,670 litres.

We love the 3008 as a daily car that can double up as a minivan when you're due a flatpack furniture shopping trip.

Škoda Kodiaq

The second model from Škoda on the list, the Škoda Kodiaq is just as reliable as its Karoq sibling.

If the 835 litres when the seats are up isn’t enough, you get a whopping 2,065 litres when they’re down.

The best part is you’ll still have plenty of room in the cabin for you and your passengers. It's a comfortable but practical car to live with.

Audi Q7

A grey Audi Q7 driving on a country road

The original Audi Q7 was released in 2006 and each new version continues to improve.

It has all the class that comes with the Audi brand with the space you need from an SUV, boasting 770 litres with all seats up and 1,955 litres with all rear seats down.

With plenty of luggage space in the boot and modern tech on offer, what’s not to love?