Two passengers will be relatively comfortable, although those with a tall driver in front of them will find their knees touching the front seat backs, and head room will be tight for anyone approaching six feet tall. A third, central, passenger won’t be terribly happy, either, because the high transmission tunnel will obstruct their feet.
You can fit child seats to the standard Isofix mounting points with relative ease, but rear access isn’t the best because the doors on five-door models are quite short, the opening is narrow and the roof isn’t as high as in some rivals. Access in the three-door is tricky, too, because the wheelarch cuts into the door aperture and leaves a narrow opening to climb through.
Useful optional extras include an extended storage pack, which features storage pockets for the front seat backs, luggage nets in the boot and cupholder trays for stowing smaller items.