The verdict: Land Rover’s baby Range Rover Evoque SUV grows up for 2020 with assertive new styling and a slightly longer wheelbase. The Evoque seats five, and its backseat is roomier than it looks; easy-access lower anchors and decent legroom earned the Evoque pretty high marks in our Car Seat Check.
Does it fit three car seats? No
Take a look at how the Latch system and each car seat scored below in our Car Seat Check of the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque.
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- Latch: The two sets of lower anchors are exposed under plastic covers for easy access and connection. The three top tethers are also clearly marked on the seatback.
- Forward-facing convertible: Good lower latch connection made for an easy install, and the child seat fit well on the seat after we raised the head restraint.
- Infant: Installation was easy. We had to move the front passenger seat forward, and our 5-foot, 6-inch-tall front passenger felt a little scrunched.
- Rear-facing convertible: Again, we had no trouble installing the seat thanks to accessible lower anchors. We were able to move the front passenger seat back a bit, but the front passenger could still use a bit more room.
- Booster: There was no need to adjust or remove the head restraint to fit the booster flat on the seatback. The seat belt buckles are on stable stalks, but they’re quite small and the booster could slide on top of them; kids will likely need help situating the booster and grasping the buckles.
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Editors Jennifer Geiger, Jennifer Newman and Matt Schmitz are certified child safety seat installation technicians.
For the Car Seat Check, we use a Graco SnugRide Classic Connect 30 infant-safety seat, a Britax Marathon convertible seat and Graco TurboBooster seat. The front seats are adjusted for a 6-foot driver and a shorter passenger. The three child seats are installed in the second row. The booster seat sits behind the driver’s seat, and the infant and convertible seats are installed behind the front passenger seat.
We also install the forward-facing convertible in the second row’s middle seat with the booster and infant seat in the outboard seats to see if three car seats will fit; a child sitting in the booster seat must be able to reach the seat belt buckle. If there’s a third row, we install the booster seat and a forward-facing convertible. Learn more about how we conduct our Car Seat Checks.
Parents should also remember that they can use the Latch system or a seat belt to install a car seat, and that Latch anchors have a weight limit of 65 pounds, including the weight of the child and the weight of the seat itself.
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