What is it like on the inside?
As with the outside, Renault’s styled a cheery interior that looks much more interesting and better quality than before. The latter is partly an illusion as the plastics are a bit hard and hollow, but the sheer amount of equipment helps you overlook this. On half the range, there’s even a touchscreen tablet in the middle of the dash, which will eventually offer downloadable apps.
It’s a roomy enough interior too. The styling does mean rear headroom isn’t what it was, and visibility is a bit compromised, but most will think it’s worth it. Also, while the boot is a bit awkward to load, there’s no arguing with its 300 litres of space.