You'll easily find a comfortable driving position, thanks to the standard eight-way electrically adjustable seats. Even the steering wheel moves at the touch of a button. Many vehicle functions are linked to a rotary controller, but there are too many menus and supplementary buttons.
Honda Legend Saloon space & practicality
There's decent space in the front and the rear for four passengers to get comfortable, but a big transmission tunnel limits footspace for a third rear-seat occupant. The boot is a slightly awkward shape, too – but it's a decent size for the class at 452 litres.
Honda Legend Saloon equipment
Generous standard kit is a strong point. Everything you'd expect on an executive car is fitted, but then Honda has gone one further and added a few surprises: a powered sunblind protects rear passengers from sun glare, you won't have to pay extra for leather upholstery or dual-zone climate control. You can even order intelligent cruise control that steers the car automatically to keep you in your lane on a motorway.