Space and Practicality
Let’s talk about cabin practicality before we move on to the boot. Overall, the cabin is neatly laid out with a good amount of tactile buttons that mean not everything is controlled via the touchscreen.
The driving mode selector is located low in the centre console, and it takes a few attempts to locate the button without taking your eyes off the road for too long. You do however get used to it after a few goes.
This car had decent armrest storage with a handy tray for coins, keys, or whatever you need to hideaway. The armrest in the back row of seats features a couple of extra cup holders, though the armrest itself sits a bit oddly, almost at a 100-degree angle rather than 90 degrees as you’d expect.
The door bins were also a bit baffling, sectioned off into smaller compartments rather than one nice big usable space.
Certain models get heated seats in the front AND rear, as well as multiple USB ports and easy access ISOFIX points making it a hugely practical space regardless of if it's filled with baby seats or tech-loving adults.