The steering wheel only adjusts for tilt and not reach, and even then this is achieved by tugging on a large, indicator-sized stalk rather than a discreet lever. The controls are easy to find, but they are all chunky and large, giving the car a cheap feel. Despite the car's size, visibility is good.
Chevrolet EPICA Saloon space & practicality
The Epica may well have been named on account of its size, because it's huge, so you get a lot of room for your money. It's almost as big as a Mondeo, meaning that there's plenty of room for four adults, and it has a cavernous boot. However, rear headroom is compromised by a sloping roofline and the boot space suffers from some suspension intrusion.
Chevrolet EPICA Saloon equipment
Base LS trim comes loaded with kit. It has air-con, cruise control, electric windows, a CD player with MP3 socket, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, a leather steering wheel, front foglamps, 16-inch alloys and electric door mirrors. LT adds climate control, rear parking sensors, leather seat trim, heated front seats, rain-sensitive wipers, a six-CD stereo, electric seat adjustment, a trip computer, chrome door handles and 17-inch alloys.