Which MPV or minivan has the most boot space for under £10,000?

We are planning on buying a used MPV or minivan up to £10,000. Bearing this in mind, which MPV has the most boot space with all seven seats up (excluding the Chrysler Grand Voyager), or could you recommend a minivan that would be suitable for family use which has a lot of boot space?

Asked on 26 September 2011 by SD, via email

Answered by Honest John
Renault Grand Espace, Hyundai i800, Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life, Ssangyong Rodius, Citroen Despatch combi, Peugeot Expert combi.
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