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Today marks Mean Girls Day, celebrating one of cinema’s most iconic movies and some of the most famous quotes around. And with shopping at the very heart of this flick, what better way to celebrate than to check out some cars.

So get in loser, we’re going shopping – and we think these are the cars for the job.

BMW X7


Remember, we only drive BMWs on Wednesdays but when you do, the X7 is the one to go for. It’s got an exceptional 750 litres of boot space and this can be extended by folding the rear seats down of course.

It’s also packed with features and can be specified in a variety of different colours ensuring that you stay fetch no matter what.

Check out deals on the BMW X7 here.

Tesla Model X


The Tesla Model X isn’t a regular car, it’s a cool car, but this is one EV which matches its space-age looks with genuine practicality. Thanks to 894 litres of boot space it’s more than large enough for any shopping trip and has space for plenty of pink shirts. Just don’t forget to give them back.

Plus, you can do well over 300 miles from a single charge. It’s why Tesla is such a hit in the UK – but it can’t help being so popular.

Check out deals on the Tesla Model X here.

Audi Q7


If ever there was a car suited to Mean Girls, we think it’s the Audi Q7. Not only does it have an 865-litre boot, but it’s got space for seven so no matter who you want sitting next to you, there’s going to be space. Even if you’re wearing white gold hoops.

It’s also packed with technology and features, while the standard-fit audio system is great for making tracks sound even better.

Check out deals on the Audi Q7 here.

Range Rover


At 900 litres, the Range Rover packs a fearsome amount of boot space. Plus, with four-for-you-Glen-Coco-wheel-drive, it’s not going to get into trouble when the weather gets bad either.

Plus, it bears a bit of a resemblance to the 2002 Cadillac Escalade that Gretchen Wieners drives in the film itself.

Take a look at Range Rover models here.

Skoda Superb Estate


The Superb Estate might burn the others here when it comes to price, but it’s still got more than enough space – 660 litres in fact – to keep up with the rest of the cars on this list.

It’s also brilliantly well made with very few cold hard plastics to be found in the cabin. It’s a car for all occasions, that’s for sure, and one which won’t break the bank.

Check out Skoda Superb Estate models here.

Mercedes E-Class estate

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Rounding off this list is the Mercedes-Benz E-Class estate. Thanks to a 640-litre boot it’s got plenty to offer in terms of practicality, but a classy interior means it feels special too.

Whether it’s trips to the mall or a drive to a Halloween party, the E-Class will manage it all. It’s pretty grool.

Have a look at Mercedes E-Class models here.

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Jack Evans

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After completing his university studies in English and Creative Writing in Cardiff, Jack is now a full time motoring writer at Blackball Media. His love of cars stems from his childhood years when he began to live and breathe all-things automotive.

October 3, 2020

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