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Sounds versatile...

With four adult males onboard the interior space is impressive, especially as the rear seats slide slide back to provide the back passengers with plenty of legroom. In a pinch, the seats can be slid forward and an optional third row seat can be deployed. Land Rover describes the seating as 5+2, which I’ll amend to five adults and two small, uncomfortable children.
 

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I think that this is the type of car for people who usually don't need to have the extra space but may want it every once in a while. It certainly doesn't seem like there is ample room with all 7 seats occupied. I think some people will decide to go with something bigger.
 

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I think that this is the type of car for people who usually don't need to have the extra space but may want it every once in a while. It certainly doesn't seem like there is ample room with all 7 seats occupied. I think some people will decide to go with something bigger.
that and for the status, not only is it's capability as an LR a good thing but the image of owning an LR, even more so here when it looks close enough to the evoque.
the best image money can buy in this segment.
 

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This is why we bought it!

We are a two-adult family and our other car is a Merc SLK. But sometimes we need more luggage than the SLK can cope with and sometimes we carry adult friends and relatives... there had to be row-two room for full adults. We also looked at the Evoque, but the row 2 seats in that are very cramped against the front row. We doubt we'll ever use the third row, but as it wasn't an option to not have them, we do.
 
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