It won’t be a surprise to know that the grand Range Rover has lots of passenger space inside and 5 tall adults should be more than comfortable on long journeys. Depending on the model you choose, you can add reclining rear seats, footrests and head-restraint pillows for even more comfort. There’s a long-wheelbase (LWB) version of the Range Rover too, which might be of interest if you’re regularly carrying rear-seat passengers. However, there’s no 7-seat option, which is something that rivals like the Audi Q7, BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS can offer.
The boot is also huge with a capacity of 707 litres, although that dips to around 600 litres in the plug-in hybrid, due to the positioning of its battery, and 537 litres if you have the luxurious Executive Class rear seats. The rear seats can be folded down electrically if you need extra room for larger luggage.
Cubby holes and storage options are plentiful, with 2 gloveboxes up front and big door pockets. Some versions have extra storage in the rear centre armrest too.