The back seats are set higher than the front ones, meaning head room is tight for adults, particularly in models with a panoramic sunroof. Children and teenagers will be fine.
Fortunately, leg room is much better, as is shoulder room. Two adults should be able to sit comfortably. Fitting three passengers side-by-side will be a squeeze, though, and the S-Cross has a pronounced floor for the middle passenger’s feet to straddle.
Each door has a pocket but they’re not easy to access, nor as deep, as those in the front. Like the front seats, the rears also have a centre armrest. There are two cupholders, as well. The back of the front passenger seat has a convenient map pocket.
Again, the door apertures are reasonably wide, making access to the rear a straightforward process for larger passengers.