Because of the upright, boxy styling of the Defender, you get loads of head- and legroom. As a result, 3 adults will have no space issues in the back of the 110. It’s not quite as spacious for the legs in the back of the shorter 90, but it’s not bad.
You can also add a 3rd row of seats to the 110 to accommodate up to 7, although legroom is limited compared to some 7-seat rivals, such as the BMW X7.
The boot, at 297 litres in the 90, is competitive. You can fold the rear seats down should you need to carry larger items. The boot is accessed through a side-opening door, which can prove to be problematic in certain situations if you park too close to an object located behind the Defender.
There are loads of storage spaces around the cabin, with big door pockets and a massive cubby hole between the front seats.