It’s hard to complain when you’re in a small car because you zip over town so easily, whizzing into parks you can never fit into when you’re in a larger SUV. It’s a really fun car to drive.
There’s a 1.5L engine which is a good size for this car, and it’ll get you up hills quickly enough.
I drove it over a week of constant rain and at first felt a bit vulnerable on the road because of the size, and I questioned its safety with children in the back. I couldn’t wait to get them safely to our destination. But as the week wore on, the size became quite normal.
It’s such a modern looking car, the narrow shape really works design wise and it certainly looks like it belongs in 2019. The exterior is punchy and hard to beat in this category.
Inside is quite basic and looks a bit dated. The centre console is dull, there are no high-shine features to lift the design and it all feels like it could do with improvement. Inside is roomy enough to fit you and three friends - you’ll be a teensy bit squishy but you’ll love it. It’s got a surprisingly large boot for such a small car so you can keep as many pairs of shoes as you want in there.
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