You wouldn’t expect to have issues fitting in the front of such a big car, and you won’t, even if you’re really tall. The front seats slide back a long way to accommodate those unusually long in the leg, and there’s loads of head room, too, even if you decide to go for the optional panoramic glass roof.
Admittedly, the Land Rover Discovery Sport is bigger still, but Volvo’s penchant for light-coloured interiors gives the impression of even more space than there actually is.
As for stowage, there’s a deep bin beneath the centre armrest and a further cubby behind the gearlever that has a sliding cover to keep valuables out of sight. Meanwhile, the door pockets are easily big enough for a one-litre bottle of water or a big sport drink bottle.