What is it like on the inside?
It’s the quality and execution that scores the points here rather than any dramatic or innovative design. There is nothing you look at or touch which does anything other than soothe or gently inform. The brand continues to use its own touchpad controller system for the infotainment system, which can take a few tries to get used to. But it works fine once you have it figured out. This is helped by the size and quality of the screens in the car.
Seats front and back are comfortable with plenty of head and leg room. The third-row seating on the L models is a three-berth power-folding bench. And, like most three-row cars, access to the back seats is best suited to shorter people and kids.