Most people will find it easy enough to get comfortable, because there’s a good range of seat and steering wheel adjustment, and the pedals and wheel are positioned in line with each other. The handbrake is awkward to use, especially with the armrest down.
Unfortunately, the seat doesn’t offer a lot of lower back support, so aches and pains can set in after an hour or so of driving. Electric lumbar adjustment is available though, and we’d recommend stumping up the small premium for it.
More positively, the dashboard is logically laid out, with the controls spread over three tiers. And the colour-coded rotary temperature controls are simplicity itself.