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7 & 9 Seater Passenger Van Rental, Germany

Last reviewed Feb 2024 by MPV editorial team

Need a 9 seater van or smaller 7 seater car whilst visiting Germany. We specialise in people carrier hire in Germany. Check out our exclusive rates on these in demand car categories. Please note the 5 +2 seaters are not full size 7 seater, so whilst cheaper may offer sufficient space if you are intending long journeys. Why not upgrade to a 9 seater passenger van rental and enjoy the extra space and comfort.

No matter what your budget or needs, MPV Rentals are sure to have the car rental big or small that you are looking for. We have recently adding multi-seater car hire with a range of seating arrangements to suit 7, 8, 9 or 11 passengers. These are always in high demand, and we advise booking early. Make savings by comparing car hire including people carrier self drive hiring rates in Germany with us!

7 seater car hire Germany Example

Passenger Van

Peugeot Rifter Or Similar

  • 7 Seats
  • 3 Bag
  • 5 Doors
  • Air Conditioning
  • Automatic
  • Partial Payment

Fuel Policy

Full to full

  • Mileage: 700 miles Per rental
  • Collision Damage Waiver

9 seater passenger van rental Germany Example

Passenger Van

Volkswagen Transporter T6 Or Similar

  • 9 Seats
  • 3 Bag
  • 4 Doors
  • Air Conditioning
  • Manual
  • Partial Payment

Fuel Policy

Full to full

  • Mileage: 1400 km Per rental
  • Loss Damage Waiver
  • Theft Protection

Recommended 7 seater car hire Drives Germany

Germany is blessed to have many dense forests and astounding scenic drives. Rivers, lakes, mountains, deep forests, castles of history, and everything in between. Germany is truly a special and unique country that is like nowhere else on earth. Germany is also home to great food, even better beer, and even more great food! You’ll certainly eat and drink your way through this country. With streets and avenues built long before the discovery of America by the Western World and traditions that date even further back – you’ll have no time to spare with such a busy itinerary. We have compiled a list of our favourite drives and things to do in Germany, so let us walk you through some great places.

The Black Forest:

The Black Forest in Germany’s best view is from route 500 on the Schwarzwald Hochstrasse. Start your drive in Knibes and finish the journey in Baden-Baden, which is one our favorite routes. This secluded stretch of forest will surely help you appreciate the vast nature that Germany has to offer. However, any place is as good as any to enjoy nature in Germany. The Black Forest and the tales surrounding it are very popular, so make sure you grab a Brothers Grimm book before having a read! This leads us actually to our next road. Make sure to stop and see Lake Titisee!

The Germany Fairy Tale Route:

This trip starts in Hanau in central Germany and ends in Bremen in the north. A lot of the route in this is focused on the infamous Brothers Grimm. Along this route, you can find a lot of the places they lived and worked, as well as crafted their timeless stories. Along the drive, you actually journey through eight nature parks, including Hoher Vogelsberg Nature Park and the Weser Uplands Nature Park. A lot of these places have a significant connection with the stories from the Grimm brothers. Don’t forget to stop in their birthplace of Hanau, or the Snow White village: Bad Wildungen

The Romantic Road:

If things that are grim aren’t your thing, try the Romantic Road for lovers instead. This 350km road stretches between Würzburg and Füssen at the bottom of the Bavarian Alps and is home to many medieval towns. Here you can see the world famous Neuschwanstein Castle. Since it’s completion in 1892, over 61 million have visited it. That’s an average of 6,000 people per day. It was also the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Best time to rent a 9 seater passenger van Germany

Germany is an all year round destination, if you are thrifty then best to rent a car in low season as it will work out much cheaper.

Driving a 7 setter car rental in Germany

Most people believe the roads in Germany are made for speeding, but the police certainly do not. Inside built-up areas, the speed limit is 50 km/h while outside busy areas it is 100 km/h. The infamous Autobahn in most places has speed limits of 130 km/h, but generally have no speed limits. The ability to drive a car under control is all that is important. In rural areas, watch out for wildlife, as it may pop out suddenly in front of the car and cause an accident. Drinking and driving is illegal in Germany, even if the beer tastes good.


Popular 9, 8 and 7 seat minivans for rent in Germany

The German car rental suppliers offer a good range of people carriers that can seat 7 or 8 passengers, plus a good stock of larger 9 seater minivans

Car Model Category Doors Seats
Dodge Caravan Minivan Dodge Caravan 5 Doors 3 suitcases
VW Multivan VW Multivan 5 Doors 3 suitcases
Ford Galaxy Minivan Ford Galaxy 5 Doors 3 suitcases
Mercedes Vito 8 seater Germany Franfurt Minivan Mercedes Vito 8 seater Germany Franfurt 5 Doors 3 suitcases
Ford Tourneo 9 seater Germany Franfurt Minivan Mercedes Vito 8 seater Germany Franfurt 5 Doors 3 suitcases