2011 Land Rover LR4

Matt Tierney

The LR4's interior packaging is about as good as it gets, when it comes to seven-passenger SUVs that can carry seven real adults or, with the seats folded completely flat, as much stuff as most people can throw at it. I simply used it to commute (in fair weather), and, like Jean, I felt like I wasted its capability.

Unfortunately, like Joe DeMatio, I noticed that the interior didn't feel like it was put together as rock-solidly as Land Rovers I've driven in the past few years. There's a bit of looseness to some of the plastics around the center stack, for instance. Also, it apparently can't be a Land Rover without some electrical gremlin: in this case, the auto-up function for the driver's window was inoperable (the other three windows worked as designed)...

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