As you'd expect, passenger comfort and available space is very good inside the Range Rover. There's no third-row seat available, however.
The five-seat layout may not fit every buyer's every need, but the families and others who need and want a Range Rover will find some very supportive front seats, upholstered in beautifully stitched leather, with wood paneling surrounding them and their feet cushioned by thick carpeting. The details are exquisitely subdued and look rugged but plush. The rear seat's more than usable for three adults, too, and those passengers get their own climate controls.
The Range Rover's cargo space, though, is a little on the small side for the class, especially for its long wheelbase and particularly, its gargantuan, nearly 6000-pound curb weight (think fast: that's three first-gen Miatas). Most owners won't mind, since the rear seats fold down for the occasional hauling duty these machines are put through. Small-item storage is better, too, with bins and cupholders galore in front.
The highest achievement of the Range Rover is in its fit, finish and quality. The assembly is so good, you might think each one is handmade, though it isn't. Noise levels are very low, with a touch of V-8 engine burble and very little wind and road noise intrude on the luxe atmosphere.