The Kenari is a very basic car, so it's no surprise that the dashboard is free from gizmos, making it very easy to navigate. There isn't even a clock. The driving position is upright, giving a decent view all round. However, the absence of driver’s seat height or steering wheel adjustment means that many drivers may struggle to get comfortable.
Perodua KENARI MPV space & practicality
The car is styled like a small MPV, so there's plenty of headroom front and rear. Legroom is more city car-like, though, and the narrow cabin means there's only room for two on the rear seats. Both halves of the split rear bench can be reclined and folded independently, so you can boost the tiny boot capacity slightly. The side-hinged tailgate can be a pain in a tight parking space, though.
Perodua KENARI MPV equipment
One of the main selling points of the Kenari is that it offers decent level of kit for not much money. Power-assisted steering, electric front windows, a CD player and metallic paint are included in the price, while alloy wheels and a sunroof are optional.