Parkers overall rating: 3 out of 5 3.0

The driving position is authoritative and fully adjustable, enabling the driver to gain a good viewpoint of the road. Furthermore, there are no major blind spots and rear-view visibility is adequate. Left-hand drive Corrados are naturally hampered a little by visibility issues, with overtaking manoeuvres proving very risky in particular. There are no big problems with the plastic dash layout either, it is thoughtfully laid out and fully functional, while the seats hug you well and look especially stylish in leather.

The driver and front passenger should be more than comfortable in the Corrado, but rear space is tight and cramped. The interior quality is reasonable throughout the cabin; the dash is as tasteful as can be expected from a plastic design, and there are plenty of nice touches. The sporty ride is firm but fluent; giving a muscular hold into tight corners that can be a little bit unsettling.

The cloth upholstery tends to look a little tatty in older Corrados, although the leather versions are much more durable and comfortable.