Skoda Enyaq review

Category: Large Electric

Section: Passenger & boot space

Available fuel types:electric
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RRP from£34,300
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Front space

You certainly won’t complain about space in the front of the Enyaq, even if you’re well over six feet tall. There’s loads of head room and the seats slide back a long way on their runners.

Storage space is excellent, too, thanks to sizeable door pockets, plus there’s an enormous cubby under the centre armrest. You’ll find further stowage at the base of the dashboard between the seats, including two good-sized cupholders.

Rear space

The Enyaq is huge in the back, with more than enough leg room for a couple of six-footers to lounge out behind equally tall folk sitting in the front. Head room is also plentiful and more generous than it is in the Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4.

There are loads of other handy features, including phone pockets on the backs of the front seats and, if you add the Family Package Basic, you’ll get sun blinds for the rear windows. Pay a bit more for the Family Package Plus and you’ll also get folding tray tables and extra soft rear headrests.

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Seat folding and flexibility

The rear seatback splits and folds in a 60/40 arrangement and, if you stump up for the reasonably priced Transport Package, you get handy levers on the walls of the boot to make the process easier.

The seats don’t slide, recline or do anything else clever, but you do get a ski hatch, allowing you to carry long, slender items without turfing out your rear passengers.

Boot space

The Transport Package we mentioned also adds some netting and a height-adjustable boot floor. Whether you select it or not, there’s plenty of storage for the charging cable and other odds and ends under the floor.

The main boot compartment is absolutely huge – bigger even than an ID.4’s – and thanks to a wide opening it is easy to load and unload. You’ll need to go for the Convenience Package Plus if you want an electric tailgate.

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