The interior layout, fit and finish
While the ageing nature of the Kangoo platform hampers some elements of the van, the interior is actually relatively modern and has managed to keep up with the sector.
It has a smart cabin if uninspiring cabin with a decent amount of room for a city van, with a central storage console between the driver and passenger seat and enough space for A4 document stowage in the centre of the dash.
You’ll likely want the R-Link multimedia system with its 7-inch touchscreen as it makes the best use of the dash and centre console space.
A DAB radio is fitted as standard while electric windows and a height-adjustable steering wheel also come on the base level vans.
Business+ models get air-conditioning, rear-parking sensors and electric folding mirrors, as well as 15-inch alloy wheels and body coloured bumpers. Additional storage is also included with an overhead parcel shelf.
Further equipment can also be found on special edition versions like the Formula One and Premier Edition vans. These include the R-Link infotainment system as standard as well as a items like a rear-view camera, cruise control and leather trim on the steering wheel.