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QUALITY | 7 out of 10
Anything that isn’t wood-trimmed or covered by leather is made of high-quality materials that we found ourselves mindlessly caressing.
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The Sport has much more front and rear legroom than the larger Range Rover, and no sacrifice in rear headroom.
Additionally, the entire infotainment system is much more intuitive and half of its buttons have been eliminated.
For a vehicle that leads its class on several counts, the Range Rover Sport rates only average in cargo capacity with 71 cubic feet available.
Naturally, the Sport's cabin design is extra-special -- including a unique center console and extra helpings of wood.
The cabin of the Range Rover Sport was updated almost in its entirety for 2010, and the changes still come through as strong, welcome upgrades. Fewer buttons, better materials, and modern design combine to pull off luxury-sedan feel with upright, high-riding SUV style.
There's a bit less room than you might expect in such a large vehicle, but there's plenty of interior storage space for smaller items, and though cargo room isn't as good as the standard Range Rover, it's worlds better than a sports car or grand tourer. The rear bench seat is of the split-folding variety, enabling larger objects to fit with relative ease.
High-quality leather, wood, and wool carpeting make the passenger experience everything you'd expect from a vehicle in this price range, though ride quality can be a bit stiff.Noise is fairly well-controlled in the cabin, with both wind and tire noise only rising to notice at higher speeds or on odd road surfaces.
Seats both front and rear are firm, supportive, and comfortable even on long trips.
Aside from some minor issues with noise and space, the 2011 Land Rover Range Rover Sport's cabin is luxuriously appointed and comfortable.