**Top 6 And 7 Seater SUV**

Does your car wishlist have six or seven seater SUVs on them? Also within the 30 lakh bracket?

so with yesterday’s prize announcement and the launch of the Hyundai Day Alazar, we Indians now have a lot on our plate if we are planning to buy a six or seven seater big SUV.

So let’s take a look at a quick spec comparison between five leading six or seven seater SUVs, which are ruling the Indian roads right now.

So we have here the new Hyundai Alcazar, the Tata Safari, two Mahindras, the Scorpio N and the XUV 700 and the Kia Carens.

**Powertrains: Diesel vs Petrol**

Let’s talk powertrains first The Safari is the only one which has a solo diesel powertrain, while all the others have both petrol and diesel powertrains.

**Engine Displacement: The Bigger, the Better**

Next, let’s talk displacement So multiple engines equate to differing displacement.

The Hyundai Alcazar has a short range of 1482 to 1493 ccs with its two engines, which is the same case with the Kia.

Carens also, which has a higher 1497 CC petrol variant Too. The Safari with its solo diesel has 1956 ccs.

The Mahindras have the same engine variance on both the cars putting out 1997 to 2184 ccs. SUVs are supposed to be big and size does matter.

**Dimensions: Length, Width, Height**

So let’s talk dimensions The XUV 700 is the longest at 4695 millimeters closely followed by the Safari at 4668 millimeters and the Scorpio N at 4662 millimeters.

The Alcazar and the Carens are close competitors in this case with 4,560 millimeters with 4540 millimeters respectively.

The safari is the widest at 1922 millimeters, followed by the Scorpio N at 1917 millimeters and the Xuv 700 at 1890 millimeters.

The AlCazar and carens are equally wide at 1800 millimeters.

The four by four Scorpio N is the tallest at 1857 millimeters while the Carens is the shortest at 1708 millimeters.

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The Hyundai, on the other hand, is marginally larger than the Kia at 1710 millimeters while the safari stands tall at 1795 millimeters.

And the XUV 700 at 1755 millimeters what the Carens and the Alcazar fall short at, they make up with the long real base.

The Caren stops the chart with 2780 millimeters followed by the Alcazar at 2760 millimeters.

Both have the same wheel base of 2750 millimeters, and the safari is at 2741 millimeters.

**Ground clearance**

Now the most important thing with SUVs ground clearance with 200 millimeters The Alcazar is the same as that of the XUV 700.

The Carens follows closely at 195 millimeters. The safari tops the chart with 205 millimeters and the Scorpio N comes in last at 187 millimeters.

**Power **

In terms of power output, the Hyundai engines churn out a range of 114 to 157 horses, and the Tata puts out 167 horses.

The Scorpio has a high range of 172 to 200 horses followed by its sibling. The XUV 700, which puts out 182 to 197 horsepower.

The Carens doesn’t vary that much in power output from its different engines, and on an average turns out 113 horses.

**Torque**

Let’s do torque, In terms of torque, it’s no surprise that the diesel ducks perform better.

So the XUV 700 diesel tops the chart, which the highest torque output of 450 Newton meters with the torque converter auto transmission, while the patrol engine churns out 380 newton meters.

The Scorpio comes in next with a similar range of 370 to 400 Newton meters on the patrol and diesel respectively.

The safari comes in next with 350 Newton meters, and the Alcazar doesn’t differ much on the talk output with the powertrain difference and has a close range of 250 to 253 Newton meters.

The Carens is at the bottom of the chart with 144 to 253 Newton meters.

**Transmission Options**

In terms of transmission, the Caren stops the chart with four transmission options, a six speed manual, an IMT DCT, and also a six speed automatic.

The Alcazar comes in next with a six speed manual on both the patrol and the diesel.

A seven speed DCT for the Turbo Patrol and the six speed automatic for the diesel.

The Safari and the Mahindra siblings all have two transmission options at one six speed manual and one six speed toque converter automatic.

**Boot Space : Capacity with All Seats in Place**

Another important thing for an SUV boot space, Now as we are talking about six or seven seaters, we will consider this with all the seats in place, which will make the boot space for all the cars pretty low.

However, the XUV 700 has the highest boot space of 220 liters followed by the Carens at 216 liters and the Alcazar at 180 liters.

The Scorpio N also has a boot space of in and around 200 liters.

The Safari suffers here with less than a hundred liters of boot space.

However, as we all know, the moment you fold the third row seat, this measly figures go up much higher at 400 or even 500 liters, probably even more.

The Mahindra siblings hold big fuel tanks. The Scorpio n holds 60 liters of fuel while the XUV 700 holds 57 liters.

The Alcazar and Safari Hold 50 liters each, and the Carens has a smaller tank at 45 liters.

**Fuel Tank Capacity and Efficiency**

In terms of fuel efficiency, all the cars are tough contenders. The Hyundai Clazar has an ARAI tested mileage of 17 to 20 kilometers per liter.

The Safari gives a good 16 kilometers per liter. Here the Scorpio N provides with a mileage of 15.4 to 17 kilometers per liter.

The XUV 700 petrol variant has somewhat of a lower end, but the diesel matches up with the rest at 12 to 16 kilometers per liter.

The currents also remains competitive at a good 16 kilometers per liter. Last, but definitely not the least price.

**Price Comparison**

The Hyundai Alcazar comes at a price range of 14.99 to 21.40 lakhs.

The Safari with lesser number of variance comes at 16.19 to 27.34 lakhs.

The Mahindra Scorpio N is priced with a wide range of 13.85 to 24.5 lakh.

The XUV 700 also has multiple variance ranging from 13.99 to 26 lakh.

The Kia Carens has a price range of 10.2 to 19.94 lakhs.

**Special Features: AWD, 4×4, and Safety Ratings**

Also a few special highlights. The Scorpio N is the only car with a four by four option, whereas the XUV 700 also provides you with AWD on select variance.

The other contenders do not sport four wheel drive on them.

In terms of ADAS functions, the Scorpio N doesn’t boast off any a a s features.

The Carens has level one Adas However, we are looking forward to level two on the facelift, which might be coming in soon.

While the XUV 700 safari and Alcazar all support level two ADAS features.

Also in terms of stars, the Tata Safari and the Mahindra Brothers scored high five stars for adult protection on the GNCAP.

While the Carens had scored three stars, the outgoing Alcazar also had scored three stars too.