The interior layout, fit and finish
Driving position and dashboard
There are no major issues with the driving position, and there’s plenty of seat and steering wheel adjustment (electrically powered on top-spec Flair models) to help you get comfortable. That said, the seat could do with more lumbar support. All but the entry-level version have an adjustable armrest (there’s another for the front passenger seat).
Some minor functions are tricky to get the hang of, because many are controlled through the dash-mounted 7.0in touchscreen. Even adjusting the temperature means switching to a specific air-con menu and jabbing at the display with your finger. That’s not easy to do while you’re driving.
The menu system on the touchscreen itself is also confusing, and there’s often a long pause between pressing the display and the system responding. You can use the steering wheel controls to perform certain functions, but the sheer number of buttons and knobs adds yet another layer of confusion.
Bluetooth and a USB socket come as standard on all version and there are 12V sockets liberally strewn around the interior. A DAB radio is standard on all trims, but if you go for Feel or Flair you’ll also get sat-nav and an impressive 12.0in, full-colour, panoramic central display that sits above the touchscreen.