The Note is very cleverly packaged and has as much space in the rear seats as many much larger hatchbacks and SUVs. It’s considerably roomier than one of its key rivals, the Citroën C3 Picasso, and even the tallest adults will have head and leg room to spare.
The central seat isn't as comfortable due to its raised cushion, less generous dimensions and the car’s raised centre tunnel, which means occupants have to place their feet either side of it. You can’t fit three child seats across the back, either. However, as a four seater the Note is truly roomy, while its large, wide-opening rear doors provide outstanding access.
On higher-spec versions, you can slide the entire rear bench back and forth as one, but the emphasis is on increasing boot space rather than leg room.