The F-Pace is a fraction longer than key rivals such as the Audi Q5, the BMW X3 or the Mercedes-Benz GLC and it’s more than spacious enough for a typical family of four. You’ll be able to get comfortable in the front no matter how tall you are and there’s sufficient space in the back seat for a couple of six-foot passengers. The sunroof fitted to some models reduces headroom in the back a bit, but that’s only likely to affect anyone significantly taller than average.
The boot is huge, with a capacity of 650 litres. Bulky pushchairs, large dogs, a month’s food shopping, camping gear for a week or anything else most people are likely to need to carry in their car fits easily. Bear in mind that plug-in hybrid models have 100 litres less boot capacity because its battery pack takes up some of the space
The boot floor is double-sided with carpet on one and easy-clean rubber on the other. If you need even more space, the back seats fold down in three parts. The boot floor is level with the back bumper, which makes it easier to load items. But the back bumper is quite a long way off the ground so you might need a ramp to help the dog get in.