While front-seat passengers aren’t too affected by the lower roof, those in the back certainly are. Head room is noticeably tighter than in the X1, so taller adults will find their head rather close to the ceiling. We suspect this will be even more of a problem should you tick the box for the optional panoramic roof.
You also miss out on sliding rear seats, so you can’t prioritise rear leg room or boot space, and there’s no option of putting tables on the front seatbacks, either. Like the X1, it’s a bit of a squeeze fitting three adults across the rear bench and there’s a hump in the floor. Nets on the back of the front seats are standard.