What is it like on the inside?
Commodious, of fairly high quality and stuffed with tech’ (like the Intelligent Speed Limiter, which reads road signs and limits your speed accordingly). There are soft-touch, solid-feeling plastics aplenty, and all the controls have a distinctly Germanic action to them. Seats in the spacious second-row slide about and recline individually, while the two behind them flip up and down at the touch of button: there’s more family-focused space than the S-Max there, too. There are loads of cubbies and flip-down tables on the front seat backs, of course, but it’s a shame the Galaxy’s lost those airline-style overhead storage bins. Eminently practical, nonetheless.