Aston Martin DBX review

Category: Luxury SUV

Section: Passenger & boot space

Available fuel types:petrol
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Being that it's five metres long and nearly two metres wide, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the DBX offers plenty of interior space. Even with a panoramic sunroof, head room is impressive, the seats slide a long way back on their runners and there is plenty of elbow room. There are also numerous storage spaces dotted around the interior and, a useful tray below the centre console where you can put your phone or keys. 

In the rear, things are even more impressive. The rear doors open wide and the sills are low, so it’s easy to climb in without getting your trousers dirty. Once in the back, you’ll also notice that you have acres of leg room – even if you’re sitting behind a six footer – and far more head room than you’ll find in a Lamborghini Urus. In fact, Aston claims head room is class leading, but we’ll have to get our measuring tapes out before we confirm.

Boot space is also generous. It’s a nice square shape with a wide aperture that makes it easy to pack with a variety of luggage, and in terms of capacity, at 632 litres it falls between the Bentley Bentayga (484 litres) and the Porsche Cayenne (770 litres). You also get rear seats that fold in a 40/20/40 split, and there’s a range of options to let you tailor the car to accommodate your lifestyle interests. For example, you can add a Pet Package, which includes a portable washer for cleaning muddy dogs, or a Snow Package with boot warmers to make ski trips that bit more luxurious.

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