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Parkers overall rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5

The interior is best described as basic and functional. But it's also very dated with cheap-feeling plastics and some flimsy switches. The ventilation controls are simple to operate though and placed high up while the dials are easy to read. The driving position isn't great as the steering wheel doesn't adjust and the narrow cabin means a lack of elbow room with two in the front.

The narrow body means that passengers will find the interior quite tight. Two adults can fit snugly into the rear, but cabin space is cramped and although the seats are generously padded, they lack support. The ride on rough or bumpy roads can be unpleasant, especially if you have four people on board, but it doesn't roll excessively in corners. and rough surfaces give an unsettled ride.