Parkers overall rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5

Toyota isn't known for particularly adventurous interiors and the Urban Cruiser is no exception. There's little to grab the attention, although the dials are quite unusual while the three-ringed design of the air conditioning controls is a neat touch. The driving position isn't great though with limited adjustment in the steering column and cramped knee room.

However build quality is superb and all the materials have an upmarket feel, despite some hard plastics. The controls are also well laid out and easy to use. Rear visibility is an issue though - the pillars at the back make parallel parking tricky.

Toyota Urban Cruiser comfort is fairly impressive. Despite being a small car, the Urban Cruiser has a large amount of rear passenger space with good head room and decent leg space too. Rear privacy glass is standard, which is good for cutting out bright sunshine, but does make it feel quite gloomy. The seats also lack support and the front ones aren't especially comfortable for longer journeys, however a smooth ride and minimal wind and road noise mean it's refined.

Climate control is standard on all models.