It’s simple enough to find a comfortable driving position with even the entry-level four-way manually adjustable driver’s seat, although there’s no reach adjustment on the steering wheel.
If you glance inside briefly, you could be surprised that the ZS is offered at such a low price. However, look closer and prod the dashboard and door cards, and the cost-cutting becomes apparent. The dashboard is far from inspiring, containing drab, cheap-feeling plastics, but the worst is around the transmission tunnel and handbrake, all of which is made from very hard and scratchy plastic.
More impressively, an 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system comes as standard on every model and the graphics on it are crisp and clear. The screen is also very responsive to touch – more so than many other infotainment systems in the class – but it is a little fiddly to navigate the menus on the move.