As you’d expect of a Bentley, you sit on large, well upholstered seats in the Bentayga. With a huge range of adjustment in almost every angle and a steering wheel that has a wide range of reach and eight adjustment it’s a supremely comfortable experience. You sit high and all-round visibility is good, although front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera are standard. The standard touchscreen infotainment has a clear, crisp display but it’s not as responsive or as user-friendly as the system in rivals such as the Range Rover.
Bentley Bentayga space & practicality
The Bentayga is a big, practical car but it’s not the most spacious luxury SUV. There’s all the space you could need up front. Behind that you have the option of two individual — and extremely comfortable — seats or a three-seat bench. You can also specify a seven-seat version, with a further two behind that. Leg and head room is good, although the two rear-most seats of the seven-seater are best suited to children. The boot is large, although a Range Rover’s is bigger still.
Bentley Bentayga equipment
The Bentayga is so well equipped that most buyers shouldn’t need to specify pricey options. As standard, it comes with sat-nav, heated leather seats, LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera. You might expect a rear seat entertainment package and hands-free tailgate opening to be included, but these are pricey options and many owners will spend a fortune on bespoke trim to personalise their car to their tastes.