Very few city cars have comfortable rear cabins, and the C1 is no exception. Access to the rear seats is not the easiest, especially in three-door models. However, on these versions, the front seats do at least tip forward before falling conveniently back to their original positions. Once in the back, adults will find their knees against the front seats, and their heads brushing the ceiling.
There’s little shoulder room and the armrests aren’t long enough. The rear passengers get a door pocket each. They’re like those in the front, only smaller. The front seatbacks miss out on pockets altogether.
A Hyundai i10, VW Up or Skoda Citigo are better at carrying four people.