All drivers will be able to get comfortable in the Cascada. Both front seats have height adjustment, and there’s plenty of lateral support. The switchgear and dashboard design are familiar Vauxhall fare, so you’ve got a button-heavy array on the centre console and a rotary controller to navigate around the major systems. Forward visibility is often hampered by the raked windscreen pillars, whilst the view to the rear is limited by the letter-box shaped screen.
Vauxhall Cascada space & practicality
The Cascada aims to be practical enough for everyday use, even for many one-car households. There’s enough room in the two individual rear seats for sub-six-foot adults; anyone taller will be quite cramped. The boot holds a sizeable 380 litres with the roof up, 280 with it down. The rear seats can be folded, too, so you can get bulky items in if you need to. The narrow, high-set boot opening will be the biggest frustration.
Vauxhall Cascada equipment
There are only two trim levels SE and top-spec Elite. SE includes air-con, DAB radio, USB-input, 18-inch alloys, rear parking sensors and cruise control. Elite adds climate control, automatic lights and wipers, heated leather seats, a windbreak, colour infotainment screen and heated steering-wheel. Bluetooth is the glaring omission on both trims, and it’s a pricey option.