The interior layout, fit and finish
Given the ZS's budget price tag, the quality of its interior is remarkably good. You'll find soft-touch plastics on its dashboard, along with solid-feeling buttons and an impressive fit and finish. Put simply, it's much classier inside than its closest rival, the Dacia Duster.
An 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system comes as standard on every model and the graphics on it are crisp and clear. The screen sometimes takes a while to respond to presses, and it isn't as user-friendly as the best modern infotainment systems. However, you get a DAB radio and Apple CarPlay smartphone mirroring as standard.
When it comes to setting your driving position just right, some may struggle in the ZS. Excite and Exclusive models have a height-adjustable driver’s seat, but unlike just about every rival, the steering wheel adjusts only for height and not reach.
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