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2017 Land Rover Range Rover Interior Review

Note: This interior review was created when the 2017 Land Rover Range Rover was new.

Scorecard

Interior: 8.0

The 2017 Range Rover boasts an elegant cabin with high-quality materials, including sleek wood accents, aluminum trim, and finely stitched leather. The seats in both rows are spacious and comfy, especially with the optional Executive Class Seating package, which splits the rear bench into two seats with massaging functions. Overall cargo space trails that of many rivals, but it’s still more than capable of accommodating large loads.

  • "The 2017 Range Rover interior is where the considerable amount of money you'll spend on it pays off. There is the finest leather on every surface, stitched to perfection, and surrounded by finely crafted wood and aluminum. The ergonomics is a little weird – why are the window switches atop the doorsill? – but there's no denying the sumptuousness of your surroundings. Or the comfort, with big soft front seats, a comfortable rear bench or, if you like, an Executive Class Seating package that divides the rear into individual seats with recline and massage functions." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • The Range Rover HSE looks well built inside and out, but the interior materials in particular look a bit plain and overly conservative. It's more an issue of style than quality, we suppose, but those two often go hand in hand." -- Edmunds
  • "… the Td6 still includes everything you'd expect from a Range Rover, including acres of leather and high quality materials throughout." -- Left Lane News (2016)

Seating

The 2017 Range Rover seats five. Models equipped with the Executive Class Seating package fit only four. Leather upholstery and 12-way power-adjustable front seats are standard. Options include 18- and 20-way power-adjustable seats, heated and ventilated front and rear seats, as well as massaging front and rear seats. Long-wheelbase models are available with 22-way adjustable rear seats, and also benefit from more than 7 inches of extra rear-seat legroom.

Both rows offer spacious accommodations with ample head- and legroom. That said, there isn’t as much seat padding as one might expect.

  • The well-sculpted seats offer good support but can feel firm if your shape doesn't match. Numerous adjustments make that unlikely, but we'd prefer more padding. The fold-down front armrests are adjustable but are also firm and narrow." -- Edmunds
  • "Front-seat passengers have ample room, and rear legroom is generous even in the regular-wheelbase versions. The Executive Class Seating means a full-length center console that divides the rear into individual seats with recline and massage functions." -- Kelley Blue Book (2016)
  • "Climb up into the superb leather buckets and shut the door. Look down at the proletariat with proper smugness (I'm being sarcastic, sorta), and all of life's stresses just drain away. Yes, this is one extraordinary interior front and back; in fact, I suspect more than a few owners spend their time in the back buckets enjoying the leather and wood and plush carpets while others do the driving." -- Autoweek (2016)

Interior Features

The 2017 Range Rover comes standard with a 10-inch touch screen, satellite navigation, a 12-speaker Meridian sound system, satellite radio, Bluetooth, a USB port, a rearview camera, forward collision warning with brake assist, lane departure warning, and front and rear parking sensors.

Optional features include a panoramic sunroof, a rear-seat entertainment system, 18- or 28-speaker Meridian sound systems, a head-up display, a 360-degree-view camera, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and park assist. The touch screen features slick graphics, but its lack of buttons and knobs can make some tasks overly complex.

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  • Driving position is nicely adjustable, and the major controls are for the most part logically placed. A lack of control knobs is annoying, though." -- Edmunds

Cargo

The 2017 Range Rover offers 32.1 cubic feet of cargo room with its rear seats in use. Fold them down and you’ll find 71.7 cubic feet (82.8 cubic feet in long-wheelbase models). While this is ample space, most rival luxury large SUVs offer more overall cargo room.

A hands-free power liftgate is standard. The air suspension also features a cargo function, which lowers the SUV when parked to make loading items easier. There's lots of room behind the rear seats for luggage, though small-item storage in the cabin is minimal.

  • The cargo hold is large, and the two-piece tailgate makes it easy to cram it full because the lower half acts as a fence when the hatch is open. The backseat doesn't come close to folding flat, though, and it can't fold at all on long-wheelbase models." -- Edmunds
  • Cabin storage could be better. It consists of upper and lower gloveboxes (both rather small), a small but deep console box, two covered cupholders in the console and two in a fold-down rear armrest, and map pockets." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
  • "Two rows of seats hold up to five passengers, and there's still plenty of cargo room in back for luggage." -- Kelley Blue Book (2013)

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