Drivers should be able to get comfortable, since the steering wheel and driver's seat adjust for height - although reach adjustment for the wheel would improve things. The dashboard layout is simple, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding the right button to press. It's not perfect, though: the rev-counter sits on a stalk on top of the dash, making it hard to read. Both ends of the car have thick window pillars, too, so visibility isn't great.
Suzuki Splash Hatchback space & practicality
For such a small car, the Splash provides an impressive amount of space. The high roofline means there's loads of headroom whichever seat you end up in, and even those in the back get a reasonable amount of legroom - enough to keep lankier passengers happy. The boot is small, but you can extend it by folding down the split rear seat.
Suzuki Splash Hatchback equipment
All versions have electric front windows, remote central locking, a CD stereo and a leather-covered steering wheel with audio controls. Higher-trim cars add alloy wheels, air-conditioning, front foglamps and rear privacy glass.