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Found this article snippet from a Top Gear review. It breaks down what the interior of the Maserati Levante is in terms of usefulness.

Quite promising to hear especially with the back having sufficient legroom and headroom for three adults.

Very. The boot is a bit shallow, in order to accommodate the 4x4 gubbins underneath, so smaller than the F-Pace and Cayenne, but still a more-than-useful 580-litres. And that’s before you’ve flopped the rear seats forward, checking that you’ve removed your children first. Legroom and headroom in the back is perfectly adequate for three adults, and there’s a pair of USB sockets to keep your arsenal of electronics charged up. In other words, all the boring boxes are ticked.

But this is a Maserati and its cabin needs to deliver a sense of occasion, not just function. In that respect it succeeds, without ever feeling quite as premium as its German competitors. Many cows have died (and then been dyed) to line your Levante, the long metal paddles are a tactile delight and unashamedly Ferrari-esque, and Maserati’s new Apple Car Play-equipped infotainment system is a bit bland to look at, but works perfectly well. The glossy carbon trim isn’t to our taste, there are a few cheaper plastic around the central screen and the gear selector is infuriatingly difficult to select the slot you want, but more importantly you can crank the seat right down, and pretend you’re in a ‘proper’ Maserati, while still maintaining a lofty view of the world outside.
Via: Maserati Levante review: new SUV tested in the UK | Top Gear
 
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