8 seat minibuses cater for 7 passsengers plus a driver. They usually differ from 9 seat minibuses by having a single front passenger seat. Look at our 9 seat minibuses page if you require to carry 8 passengers and a driver.
All of the 8 seat minibuses on our website can be driven by a B category (non category D1) licence holder on a non-commercial basis. Commercial Hire & Reward usage will require a Taxi or PCV Licence to drive.
(Odometer: 11300 miles) - White - 2.0 TDCi Diesel 130ps Euro 6 FWD , 11300 miles, SWB, Low Roof, DAB Radio with Bluetooth and Aux port, Rear Air Conditioning, Satellite Navigation, 6 Speed Gearbox, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Central Locking, Cruise Control, Drivers Airbag(s) ...
£20,275.00 ex OTR Costs - Finance from £233.17 pcm - Business Lease from £421.92 pcm + vat
(Odometer: 7250 miles) - Blue Metallic - 2.0 TDCi Diesel 170ps Euro 6 FWD , 7250 miles, SWB, Low Roof, Reversing Camera, Tinted Glass, 6 Speed Gearbox, Air Conditioning, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Central Locking ...
£23,275.00 ex OTR Costs - Finance from £267.67 pcm - Business Lease from £484.35 pcm + vat
A Transit Tourneo Custom 8 seat minibus in Limited spec
Driver Licences. A non D1 license holder can drive a minibus where the gross vehicle weight does not exceed 3500kgs for non commercial purposes. If you require more than 7 passengers and want to drive on a normal car license (ie. non D1 category) have a look at our 9 seat minibuses, 11 seat minibuses and 12 seat minibuses pages. For an understanding of what a driver can drive have a look at our minibus advice page for general information and our schools minibus advice page for advice on how to operate a minibus if you are a school.
The advantage of a 8 seat minibus, is that you get a single front passenger seat which is more comfortable that a dual van type front passenger seat for long journeys as the single seat is usually of an adjustable type. An eight seater is a suitable vehicle for family use.