Front seat occupants shouldn’t have any complaints regarding space, with both head and leg room more than adequate for six-footers. There is plenty of adjustment for the seats, especially if you go for the optional electrically adjustable items.
Storage space is good, too. You get a decent central cubby, with USB ports for charging devices and a few other cubbyholes dotted around. The door bins will also swallow a fair amount of clutter or a bottle of drink. Those in the back have a central armrest, storage between the seats and reasonable sized door bins.
There are two rear seats only, but both have enough head and leg room for a couple of tall adults, even sat behind someone tall in the front. The only complaint is a lack of foot space under the front seats. Meanwhile, the boot is big enough to swallow four carry-on suitcases, although it’s nowhere near as deep or voluminous as other luxury cars such as an S-Class or BMW 7 Series, plus you have to contend with a high load lip, too. That said, the hatchback is far more practical than a traditional boot allowing you to load surprisingly bulky items.
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