You get a good variety of adjustments, including for seat height, although the steering wheel adjusts only up and down, not in and out. Still, that’s not uncommon in this class, as is the fact that the backrest adjusts with a ratchet lever rather than an infinitely variable wheel arrangement. It means you might find that you can’t quite get the precise angle.
You also miss out on lumbar adjustment. Despite this, the seat is comfortable, even on a long journey.
There’s one bit of bad news: some folk complain that, unless you set the steering wheel abnormally high, you can’t see the majority of the speedometer. The good news is that the rest of the controls are dead simple and easy to use.