There's more than enough seat and steering adjustment to allow most people to make themselves comfortable, and the controls are where you want them and easy to use. However, thick pillars can hamper your view when turning or reversing, and the rev counter (on models that have one) is perched on a stalk like an afterthought.
Vauxhall Agila Hatchback space & practicality
In a car less than four metres long you get plenty of space for four people and a boot that, although hardly big, holds more than you'd think. The rear seats fold down if you need extra space (but not in the base model), and some versions have extra space beneath the boot floor.
Vauxhall Agila Hatchback equipment
At best, equipment on the Agila is no more than adequate and at the bottom of the range it could be viewed as mean. Entry-level Expression models don't even get a split rear seat, and you have to move up to S (AC) trim to get air-conditioning and alloy wheels - but you'll pay pretty heavily for them.