There’s plenty of adjustment to the Pulsar’s seat and steering wheel, both for reach and rake, to help you find the ideal driving position. Unfortunately, the seat isn’t particularly supportive, and adjustable lumbar support isn’t available even as an optional extra. Some drivers may find the car more tiring to drive than it should be, over longer distances, as a result. At least easily labeled and accessed controls make it easy to make changes to the radio and air-con on the move. Wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls are standard across the range, which means you don’t have to take your hands off the wheel as often.