A multi-purpose vehicle, commonly known as an MPV, is self-explanatory with regards to its benefits for drivers. An MPV brings size, power and space, while also delivering additional elements that suit a variety of driving conditions, as well as accommodating both solo drivers and groups of passengers, along with other neat and unique design features. Here, we will be comparing three of the most popular MPVs available in today’s market, which may help you to decide which one is best for you.
We’ll start with the Citroen C4 Grand Picasso on finance. We covered this car in a recent blog on Citroen vehicles, but we’re mentioning it again here because it is one of the very best MPVs around. Amongst the features on the current, second-generation model are Daytime Running Lamps (DRLs) above the headlamps, a PSA EMP2 platform on which the car’s foundations are built, an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), an enhanced lane departure warning system (LDWS), Intelligent Traction Control (ITC) and other vital features relating to braking, stability and general safety. My first encounter in a C4 Grand Picasso felt like I was in a spaceship with an extensive digital dashboard and gave the feel of robust. This comes on top of its other core parts, making this one hell of a machine on the road.
Next, we are going to spotlight the Vauxhall Zafira on finance, a car known overseas as the Opel Zafira. The third generation model has been around now for seven years, and while this raises the possibility of a fourth-gen vehicle being announced soon, the current model is still well worth a look. This is actually a dual fuel motor, with a natural gas tank joining a petrol engine, which is something you don’t get with most cars. The dashboard is modern and narrow, ensuring that it uses minimal space for the driver, and the car also has adaptive LED headlights, a front camera, high beam and traffic assist options and adaptive cruise control amongst its feature set.
Finally, we come to the Volkswagen Sharan on finance. Though it arrived in 1995 and has had multiple revamps, its current second generation car only came to life in 2010. This emits a real feeling of power and intimidation from its exterior design, and when coming in darker colours like black and grey, it really drives home (no pun intended) that it’s a powerhouse to be noticed on the road. But it’s deceivingly light, being 30kg lighter than its predecessor, and the model also has sliding rear doors, reduced fuel consumption, enhanced electronic systems and an updated, more efficient engine. A six-speed direct-shift gearbox rounds off the main standout features for one of Volkswagen’s more underrated vehicles.
These are three of the best MPVs that you will find in today’s market, and we have excellent car finance deals for all of these cars.
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