Tall drivers benefit from the wide range of seat adjustment, although only mid-range Move Up models and higher get driver’s seat-height adjustment as standard. Some people might find the seat a little firm and flat, although side support is good, which helps you stay secure when cornering.
It’s disappointing that the Up’s steering wheel doesn’t get reach adjustment (it only moves up and down), and even with the wheel in its highest setting, you might find it blocks your view of the speedo, which is hardly ideal.
The important controls are sensibly laid out, but one annoyance is that there isn’t a switch for the front passenger window on the driver’s side. You get this handy feature on some rivals, including the Hyundai i10.