The interiors are unchanged, which is good and bad news. Good, because the insides are well-built, spacious and feel nice. Bad, because some flaws like the handbrake sprouting from the dash and the unusable third row of seats remain. Nothing much has been changed on the inside of the Thunder+, but the freshened-up insides offered on the car when the 2.5 motor was launched are comfortable and well-built for the most part.
There’s not much changed on the insides of the Even really tall drivers can find a good seating position. The dash looks more the part after the upgrade, there is plenty of storage space and there is a solid, tough-wearing feel to the insides. The large front seats are very comfortable and even long stints are ache-free.
The rear bench seats are supportive and comfortable too, especially as they are slightly raised and you can also recline them. But, because of the high floor, you sit in the knees up position which can get quite uncomfortable, a problem which is only worsened when you move to the third row.