What's the used Honda Shuttle estate like?
Some MPVs can come as a culture shock if you've always driven saloons and hatchbacks, but the Shuttle isn't one of them. Its driving position is comparatively low and car-like, and the body is shorter and narrower than many rivals so it isn't as intimidating to park or thread down tight city streets.
You might expect the Shuttle to be a bit cramped on the inside, then, but it's actually very spacious. Six- and seven-seat versions were sold, with the seats spread over three rows in both.