Durability is the name of the game here, although you still get some interesting textured plastics across the top of the dashboard, an 8.0in colour touchscreen infotainment system and some stylish seat material to lift the look of the interior. You will find cheaper plastics lower down, but the whole interior is supposed to be tough and easy to clean – what most Berlingo owners are looking for.
The controls on the dashboard are chunky and straightforward to use. The air conditioning operation has thankfully been removed from a sub-menu on the touchscreen – as it is in the C4 Cactus – and given physical knobs and buttons that you can adjust easily on the move.
Sadly, the infotainment system isn’t as good as those in some rivals. Some of the menus can be a little difficult to use and require two presses before anything happens, and the system doesn’t respond quite as quickly as the one in the Volkswagen Touran.