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Design is quite striking although the buff and vertical nose could divide opinion.
Boot space has now been increased by 20 litres to 420 litres.
There's a huge improvement in the quality of bits inside the cabin.
Front seats are very comfy. Adjustable neck restraints are a welcome addition.
Still the better backseats in its segment. Although misses adjustable neck restraints.
Touchscreen is slick, but buttons are a bit small and fiddly to use.
Cruise control and steering-mounted buttons feel great to use.
Gearbox is smooth with short and precise throws.
Shark-fin antenna is a nice, premium addition.
15-inch alloy wheels on the top variants shod with 175/65 tyres.
Slim headlamps with LED positioning lights.
C-shaped tail lamps look similar to those on the new-gen Civic.
Petrol engine is refined but performance at mid-revs is still weak.
While leg and kneeroom is huge, headroom at the back is tight.
Both CVTs get a Sport mode; diesel CVT gets a Low mode too.
Dials are easy to read with large font. MID feels a bit too cluttered.
Start-stop button has a pulsating effect like some Jaguars.
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