Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
In the front, there’s lots of headroom and the seats go back a long way, so even lanky folk will be able to get comfy.
There’s a pair of cupholders deep enough to hold large takeaway coffees. The door pockets each have drinks holders that will keep 1.0-litre bottles reasonably upright, and the small cubby in front of the gear lever is a convenient spot to stow loose items.
Seat folding and flexibility
There are handy levers in the boot for those occasions when you need to fold down the rear seats, and the seatbacks divide in a 40/20/40 split (rather than the usual 60/40 arrangement), which is super-handy.
Sliding rear seats are a reasonably priced option and allow you to prioritise either rear knee room or boot space, depending on your needs, making this a box worth ticking.