Given the Musso’s price, you might expect the interior to look and feel particularly low-rent, but that actually isn’t the case. There’s a good spread of soft-touch plastics on the dashboard and other areas you touch regularly, the buttons operate precisely and there’s plenty of adjustment for the seats and steering wheel.
There are some harder plastics lower down on the dashboard that aren't so well finished, but it’s unlikely that you’ll come into contact with these regularly – and this is a pick-up, after all.
You sit high up in the Musso for a commanding view of the road, and visibility is very good. Judging its length is easy and the deep side windows make roundabouts and T-junctions easy work. It’s rare that rear visibility is good in a pick-up, but the Musso has a huge rear screen and thin rear pillars that also help the view over the shoulder.
Entry-level EX trim doesn’t come with an infotainment system, but if you step up to the Rebel, you get an 8.0in system with a DAB radio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. If you want the range-topping 9.2in infotainment system that also comes with sat-nav, you’ll have to step up to the Saracen model. Both versions are responsive, have sharp on-screen graphics and are very easy to navigate, although some of the menu buttons are rather small.