Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
The Eclipse Cross is a similar size to the Seat Ateca, but it uses its interior space a little differently. Up front, there’s loads of head and leg room, even with the optional sunroof fitted, and there’s enough width to prevent you from banging elbows with your front-seat passenger.
Move to the back and, assuming the sliding rear bench is pushed back, there’s plenty of leg room for adults and a decent amount of head room, too. Three adults might be a squeeze, but two should be able to travel in comfort, especially if the rear bench is reclined.