Cars in this class don’t usually have scintillating interiors but, even taking that into account, the Viva looks and feels a bit drab inside. Most of the materials on the dashboard and on the doors feel very low-rent.
There's no steering wheel reach adjustment (only height), although standard seat-height adjustment means that most people will still be able to get reasonably comfortable. The pedals are well placed in relation to the seat and steering wheel, too. Meanwhile, the dials are clear and the dashboard pretty easy to get your head around.
All-round visibility is pretty good, but if you're still nervous about reversing, rear parking sensors are a reasonably priced option.
Go for SE Nav trim and you'll a get a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav, a DAB radio, Bluetooth and and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring. This system is quite easy to get to grips with and is optional on all other trim levels. Otherwise you get a basic radio/CD player.
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