A highly space-efficient design, the Getz has massively spacious and airy interiors. The A-pillar sprouts from fairly low down on the bonnet, and this with the large wheelbase makes for better interiors space. Legroom is great, even for tall drivers, and the seats are supportive in the right places, more substantial than in most hatchbacks. Seat height is fixed, though you can adjust the height of the steering wheel to your tastes.
Legroom at the rear, even with the seats all the way back, is fantastic. You sit high, with decent back and thigh-support. The seat squab is low, but flopping your knees to the side makes you quite comfy.
There are plenty pf storage areas, a parcel shelf below the steering wheel, two cup and one bottle-holder, a slot for a mobile phone, a clever detachable ashtray and a curry-hook behind the passenger seat for plastic bags. The door pockets are of useful size, but look cheap with a plastic-net effect, and the glovebox is a bit small.
The dash-board is quite boring to look at with simple square lines, but the two large, chrome-ringed circular dials and very legible white-on-black numbers are very classy. The steering wheel and the control stalks have been carried over from the Accent though, an obvious attempt to cut costs.