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Top 10: Multi-seater classics

Estate cars, people carriers, MPVs… call them what you like, but there’s always been a market for vehicles capable of hauling around the biggest of families. The concept of the seven-seater dates back many decades, and comes in many different shapes and forms.

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Mitsubishi Pajero / Shogun MkI

Beating the Discovery to market by a full six years, the 1983-on Mitsubishi Shogun (known elsewhere as the Pajero) was always at its best in seven-seater long-wheelbase guise. And as a ‘people carrier’ it was superior to its later Land Rover rival thanks to the Mitsu’s three rows of forward-facing seats. In MkI form the Shogun/Pajero was a good looking, boxy 4x4 with petrol or diesel power and some proper off-road capability. It soon became the ultimate vehicle for those members of the horsey set who couldn’t stretch to a Range Rover in the early ’80s.


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