All Kugas have in-and-out and up-and-down steering wheel adjustment, along with a height-adjustable driver’s seat. However, you do feel slightly nearer terra firma in the Kuga than in many SUV rivals – that won’t appeal if you enjoy a penthouse view of the road.
The driver's seat could do with a bit more support around the shoulder area, but is otherwise comfortable and reasonably supportive, with a good range of movement. Adjusting the angle of the backrest is a bit of a faff, although adding electric seats (a reasonably priced option on Titanium trim and standard on Titanium X, ST-Line X and Vignale) gets around this.
The Kuga's dashboard is reasonably easy to get to grips with, although we'd prefer it if the air-con controls were mounted a bit higher up.