The Justy's dash is both stylish and user-friendly, with a clean, simple design and chunky controls. Most drivers will find it easy enough to make themselves comfortable, although things would be improved if the steering wheel adjusted for reach as well as height. Visibility is good thanks to the large glass area.
Subaru Justy Hatchback space & practicality
The Justy's tall body means headroom isn't an issue unless you're wearing a stetson, while clever packaging frees up enough rear kneeroom to keep a couple of six-footers happy on a long journey. The boot isn't huge, but it's well shaped, and the 60/40 split rear seats fold downwards in one easy action to leave a totally flat loadbay for larger items.
Subaru Justy Hatchback equipment
Two versions are offered, one badged ‘R’ and the other ‘Twin Cam’. Both have alloy wheels, parking sensors, remote central locking, four electric windows, air conditioning and a CD player with MP3 input. The Twin Cam is incongruously sported up with tinted rear glass, spoiler, sports exhaust, an alloy gearknob and even a decal kit (white stripes for the bonnet and sides).