Which Land Rover Has The Biggest Boot Space?
What’s one of the main factors people look for when buying a Land Rover? Boot space!
However, the size of a car’s boot is usually determined by litres and this can be difficult to process. We’re here to help you get a better picture as to what a certain number of litres actually means and how much you can fit into a boot.
If you’re someone with a big family, has pets, or transports big equipment for work, having big boot space is a must. To help you decide on your next Land Rover, we’ve broken down the main differences between the Land Rover Discovery and Land Rover Evoque. You’ll also find some handy tips to take care of your boot.
Which Land Rover Should I Buy?
Land Rover Discovery
The Land Rover Discovery has the biggest boot space available out of the Land Rover range.
The boot size is small in comparison to some of the other 4x4s out there at just 228 litres when all seven seats up. However, there’s a whopping 2,406 litres of space for you to make use of when the second and third rows of seats are down – giving this 4×4 the luggage space capacity of a small van.
Although 228 litres may not seem like much space, the fact that you get this extra space whilst having the seats up in the boot is impressive; you’ll often find there’s no space at all when the boot seats are up in other 4x4s.
Not only that, those who end up sitting in the boot are often squashed in with little to no leg room – this isn’t the case with the Discovery. The Land Rover Discovery ensures everyone in the car travels in comfort, making it particularly ideal for those with large families and those with taller genes!
Land Rover Evoque
If you’re looking for something a little smaller than the Discovery, the Land Rover Evoke could be perfect for you.
Now 10% bigger than the previous model, the Evoque provides you with 591 litres of space when the seats are up and 1,383 litres of space when the seats are down. When folding all three rear seats down, you’ll get a 40:20:40 set up to give you all the space you’ll need – perfect for a shopping spree!
Tips For Protecting Your Land Rover Boot
If you’re a pet owner, you’ll know how frustrating it is to find your boot covered in your furry friend’s fur after a trip with them in the boot. Not only that, transporting equipment or large objects also come with the risk that you might scratch your interior.
To help you maintain your boot, here’s what you can do to keep the interior of your Land Rover in great condition:
- Bumper Flap – perfect for protecting your bumper from any scratches caused by heavy equipment or muddy dog paws after a long walk.
- Boot Liners – Boot liners are designed to protect your boot from scratches, odours and damage and are usually made from tough, waterproof and non-absorbent reinforced PVC. We recommend buying a custom boot liner for your Land Rover to ensure every inch of your boot is covered; the last thing you want is your boot liner to slip due to poor fitting.
- Regularly Clean – Giving your car boot a regular boot is the easiest way to get rid of excess hair. To deal with strong odours, spray a stain remover into the affected area and you’ll have your Land Rover smelling fresh again before you know it.
Now that you know which Land Rover has the biggest boot space, all you have to do now is choose the perfect model for you. We also hope this guide has provided with you some handy tips and advice on how you can maintain your Land Rover’s boot to maintain its brand-new look.
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