Compare 7 Seater Car Hire California
Last reviewed 22nd Jan 2023 by MPV editorial team
Hiring a 7 seater in California can be costly and if you leave it too late it can also be very expensive. However, book your MPV with us a few months in advance, and we will guarantee the best price for 7 seaters, 8 and 9 seater cars.
Some of the luxury self drive people carriers available in California include the Chrysler Town and Country and Toyota Sienna, both can seat 7 passengers. Please note, these are indicative of what is available, and the exact model is never guaranteed. In the SUV category, we have Ford Explorer and larger Ford Expedition 4WD.
MPV's especially 7 seaters are always in high demand in California. Please take MPVRentals.com advice and book early, especially if picking up your MPV in Florida.
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Recommended 7 Seater Car Hire California Trips
California is the largest state by population, but still maintains the diversity and plethora of green that drew people to the land hundreds of years ago. You can enjoy some of the great mountain ranges as well as some of the wonderful beaches all within an hour's drive. California is by far one of the most exciting states and is world-renowned for diversity in not only the people that call it home, but also the landscapes. The home of media on the west coast offers not only places like Hollywood and the infamous home of Disney, but also the calming beaches of Orange County and even further north. Choose California for your next holiday and take a drive through its busy and not-so-busy roads for a true once in a lifetime experience.
California has many drives that are world renowned, all leading to wonderful and unique landscapes. If you love the water, why not head to a place like Lake Tahoe away from the ocean? Lake Tahoe is a relaxing four-hour drive from San Francisco, in any season. You can choose to visit in the winter to see the ski-resorts or have fun playing around in the summer for the wonderful water sports that are offered in one of the world’s deepest freshwater lakes. Many people make this journey using either interstate 80 to get to the north or highway 50 for the south end of the lake.
If you want to visit beaches, why not head to Big Sur? Located 150 miles from San Francisco is one of California’s most scenic viewpoints as well as an awesome drive along the infamous Highway 1. During this drive, you will twist and turn through the Santa Lucia Mountains and the Pacific Coast.
f water isn’t your thing, that’s okay too – as California also offers the notorious Redwood Forest, which offers a glimpse into the mighty giants of our past. This drive is easily accessible via taking Highway 101 and is 31 miles of nature at its best. If you want to see green, don’t skip out on this drive!
Best time to rent a 7 seater in California
California is an all year round destination that peaks during Easter and Christmas.