2019 Land Rover Range Rover Sport


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2019 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Interior Review


Interior: 6.4

The 2019 Range Rover Sport is full of premium materials. Its cabin is quiet and elegant, from the wood trim to the leather upholstery. While it doesn’t quite reach the quality of the regular Range Rover, its interior is still befitting the Land Rover name. The cabin has plenty of space all around, except in the optional third row. On the downside, the cargo hold is one of the smallest in the class, and the infotainment system could use some improvements.

  • "Inside, the Range Rover Sport is awash in the finest leather and wood, every bit as luxurious at the finest Cadillac, Lexus or Infiniti SUV, but with that certain British charm only a Land Rover can replicate." -- Autotrader
  • "Historically, the Range Rover Sport has used excellent materials and meticulous craftsmanship. The new Touch Pro Duo system adds a thoroughly modern and appealing look, updating the cabin nicely." -- Edmunds
  • "Lined with padded high-quality materials, the Range Rover Sport's interior is plush and welcoming. What might seem like forests of real wood and foundries of metallic trim line the cabin. A sliding wood door covers cup holders, and control knobs have grippy knurled edges. Even the carpet is super thick and soft. Overall, it's not quite as decadent as a full-boat Range Rover interior -- but it's still pretty nice." -- Consumer Reports (2018)


The standard Range Rover Sport seats five people in its standard configuration, but it can be raised to seven with an optional third row. Leather seats and 14-way power-adjustable front seats are standard. Upgrades include additional power adjustments, ventilated and heated front seats, heated rear seats, higher-quality leather upholstery, and a heated steering wheel.

The front seats are comfortable with several ways of adjustment, but larger drivers may feel confined by the seat bolsters. The second row also has plenty of space for adults, but the third row is very limited on space. We would recommend them for kids only, but even they might feel a little cramped back there. There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors on the rear outboard seats.

  • "All was not sunshine and roses on this test-drive, however. The third-row seat option is useless for carrying adults, and even kids will end up with cramps after an hour or two. We also had a problem with the rather large B-pillar next to the driver's head (it creates a huge blind spot) and the odd placement of the upward-facing power window switches, which allowed rain to soak the panel every time we lowered the window." -- Autotrader
  • "The highly adjustable front seats have ample padding and support, making the Range Rover competitive with luxury sedans in terms of comfort." -- Edmunds
  • Chairlike front seats are comfortable and accommodating, with a wide range of power adjustments. Large bolsters offer plenty of lateral support, but bigger drivers might find them somewhat confining. There is ample rear-seat room, with firm, well-shaped cushions that provide good support. The optional third row can hold two kids, but it's cramped and a chore to access." -- Consumer Reports (2018)

Interior Features

The base Land Rover Range Rover Sport SE has a nice list of standard features, including push-button start, proximity keyless entry, and dual-zone automatic climate control. The Touch Pro Duo infotainment system also comes standard. It features with two 10-inch touch screens, navigation, HD Radio, satellite radio, an eight-speaker stereo, a USB port, and Bluetooth. You’ll also get a few standard safety features, such as a rearview camera, automatic emergency braking, front and rear parking sensors, and lane departure warning.

Options include tri- or quad-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic sunroof, a head-up display, Land Rover’s Activity Key (a waterproof wristband that lets you lock or unlock your vehicle), a rear-seat entertainment system with two 8-inch screens, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and an 11- or 19-speaker Meridian stereo. More safety features are available as well, including traffic sign recognition, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, a 350-degree camera with parking sensors, and parallel and perpendicular park assist.

The central touch screen is hard to reach from the driver’s seat, and some settings require multiple steps to adjust. The interface can also be slow to respond overall.

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  • The Range Rover Sport packs a lot of technology options, including driver aids for both on and off the road and rear-seat entertainment screens. The Touch Pro Duo system looks sharp and futuristic, but it can be slow to respond and overly complicated to use." -- Edmunds
  • The interior has been slightly redesigned and now gets the dual-screen version of JLR’s InControl Touch Pro infotainment package. While this is more intuitive than the same system in the Velar – the Range Rover’s rotary temperature controls are never usurped for other functions – it feels slow to respond and short on intuitive smarts compared to rival systems." -- Car and Driver
  • "The second is the car's central touch screen, used to control many audio and climate functions. Shared among various Land Rover and Jaguar vehicles, this clumsy system feels outdated and outclassed. Fonts are easy enough to read, but it's a long reach to the screen. Navigating the screen isn't always intuitive. For example, adjusting the seat heaters takes several steps, even if you take the poorly labeled shortcut button to the appropriate menu. In addition, the screen is often slow to respond or update, such as when adjusting the volume." -- Consumer Reports (2018)


With 24.8 cubic feet of space with the rear seats up and 56.8 cubic feet with them down, this vehicle has one of the smallest cargo holds in the class. However, a standard hands-free power liftgate makes it easier to load cargo, and the available third-row seats can easily fold into the floor.

  • "With 24.8 cubic feet behind the rear seat and a max of 56.8 cubic feet, cargo space lags the class leaders." -- Edmunds
  • With the second row up and in their rear-most position and the third-row seatback folded into the floor, we could fit three large upright suitcases and a duffel bag in the rear cargo area. The powered third row folds easily into the cargo floor using controls just inside the liftgate. The second-row seatbacks fold using a release lever on the side of the seat cushions, but they do not fold flat. The second-row center seatback folds down to create a pass-through for long items. The standard powered liftgate is activated by controls inside the car, the key fob, or by using the exterior touchpad." -- Consumer Reports (2018)
  • Designed for children and teenagers, the optional third row of seats eats up most of the SUV's cargo capacity when in use but conveniently folds flat into the trunk floor when not needed." -- Left Lane News (2017)
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