Parkers overall rating: 2 out of 5 2.0

Driving position is upright and gives a good view of the road ahead. Scattered layout of the buttons and switches is typical of designs from the late 1908s/early nineties – sometimes oddly placed and tricky to reach. Higher mile age steering wheels may have been worn smooth.

There are only two seats in the back of the three-door and they’re quite difficult to access, as they’re high up. However, passengers have plenty of head and shoulder room, though legroom is a bit tight. The five-door is better for families and seats three kids in some comfort.