Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
You’ll have no problem fitting in the front of the Skoda Kamiq. Indeed, if you're really tall, it's one of the small SUVs to check out. Leg room is generous and there’s a very useful amount of head room too, even with the optional panoramic sunroof fitted.
There's also a total of 26 litres of storage in cubbies dotted around the interior – that's far more than most rivals offer. There’s even a small drawer under each front seat if you go for the relatively inexpensive optional Simply Clever Pack, which also includes door protectors.
Seat folding and flexibility
The Kamiq doesn’t have the sliding rear seats that feature in the T-Cross, or the useful ski hatch a T-Roc comes with, which is a shame. There's also no sign of the folding front passenger seat that some other Skodas have – a handy feature that provide greater versatility.
All Kamiqs come with 60/40 split-folding rear seats, while SE Drive models and above add a height-adjustable passenger seat that’s optional on all other trims.