What Kinds of Vehicles Have Third Row Seating?


Quick Answer

Third-row seating is available in minivans and many SUVs and crossovers. Some of the better reviewed vehicles with three rows of seats include the Chevrolet Suburban, the Ford Expedition and the Honda Odyssey.

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Some vehicles with three rows of seats have six or eight seats, but a total of seven seats is most common. On some of these models, the third row comes standard, and on others it is available as an option. Consumer Reports counts minivans as the most comfortable option when it comes to vehicles with three rows of seats.

2014 models sold in the United States with room for seven passengers include the Acura MDX; the Audi Q7; the Buick Enclave; the Chevrolet Traverse, Tahoe and Suburban; the Chrysler Town & Country; the Dodge Grand Caravan and Durango; the Ford Flex and Expedition; the GMC Acadia and Yukon; the Honda Odyssey and Pilot; the Hyundai Santa Fe; the Infiniti QX 60; the Kia Sorento and Sedona; the Land Rover LR4 and Range Rover; the Lincoln Navigator; the Mazda CX-9; the Mercedes GL; the Mitsubishi Outlander; the Nissan Quest and Pathfinder; the Subaru Tribeca; the Toyota Sienna, Highlander and Sequoia; and the Volkswagen Routan. Additional vehicles with three rows of seating may be available in earlier or later model years.

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