As with most city cars, the focus is on front space. Two tall adults should find enough head and leg room, while the car is wide enough to ensure they don’t feel too hemmed in at the shoulders. There is a little more leg room available in the Up, but not much.
Dotted around there’s plenty of storage, including two cupholders between the front seats that are good for the largest of skinny mochaccinos, a tray for your mobile phone and front door pockets big enough to hold a small water bottle.
You even get a sliding centre armrest from ‘3’ trim upwards – a very rare thing in this class – that opens to reveal an extra cubby beneath.