Forward visibility is acceptable, although depending on your seating position you may find some of your view partially blocked by the front and side pillars. If you have your seat set far back, for example, you’ll sit almost parallel to the central pillar, creating a bit of a blindspot.
Despite the fairly small rear windows, rearward visibility is adequate. The large rear pillars also create relatively big blindspots, but the side mirrors (while small) give a decent view of what’s behind you.
Flagship Flair models have a reversing camera and rear parking sensors as standard, and you can add front parking sensors. Opt for an entry-level Feel version and you get rear parking sensors with the option of a rear-view camera for a reasonable price. You can’t have front parking sensors on Feel models, though.