Boot space - it's one of the key criteria people look for when buying a new or used car. Whether you're fond of doing huge supermarket shops or like the odd road trip, having a large loading bay makes life a lot easier. The following 10 cars have the largest boots of any on the UK market, while impressive in their own right, when seats are folded down, this capacity will increase significantly.


Mercedes V-Class – 1,030 litres

Alongside a vast boot, the V-Class has an enormous cabin. You can expect all the usual high quality details you’d expect from a Merc here - as well as the usual high price tag. Indeed, you can get a similarly spacious tourer for substantially less money.


Ford Tourneo Connect – 1,029 litres

Speaking of cheaper, the Ford Tourneo Connect hits the mark - but sadly the body styling and bumpy ride does not. But let's focus on the positives: the boot is huge.


Range Rover – 909 litres

The classic posh SUV that has the ability to handle some seriously challenging off road environments. In terms of boot space it's a winner too - but it'll cost you.


SsangYong Turismo – 875 litres

Seven seats, a huge cabin and a lots of boot space. What's not to like about the SsangYong Turismo? Well, it's starting to look a little dated inside, especially considering you can buy a similarly priced rival with more bells and whistles.


Hyundai i800 – 851 litres

This ginormous eight-seater is undeniably spacious and comes with a similarly huge boot for all those passengers - unlike many people carriers whose baggage space is often lacking.


Fiat Doblo – 790 litres

There's no disguising the van-like qualities of the Doblo - which is why it's so spacious. However, it's not as pleasant to drive as most dedicated MPVs.


Jeep Cherokee – 714 liters

As powerful off-the-road as it is smooth on-the-road, the Jeep Cherokee also has a big boot. However, this distinctive-looking vehicle has a very loud engine and is rather costly.


Mercedes G-Class – 699 litres

The iconic G-class is fun to drive both on and off the road and is undeniably luxurious. It also has a very decently-sized boot.


Mercedes GLE – 690 litres

A dizzying combination of spaciousness, cutting-edge tech and superior luxury, the GLE is an impressive machine. However, the entry level diesel models fall down in the comfort department - and six-footers will want to avoid the confined rear seats.


Citroen Berlingo Multispace – 675 litres

A good, practical family car that holds its own in a competitive and growing segment (and has a big boot).