There’s no doubting the space inside the Korrando. In the back there is plenty of head and leg room, and finding a comfortable driving position is a cinch, thanks to a steering wheel which adjusts for both reach and rake. When it comes to quality and ergonomics, however, the Korando fails to impress. The plastics inside feel cheap, scratchy and not particularly well assembled and although the dash is simple and easy to use, there is a sense of fragility. The optional sat-nav/radio looks and feels aftermarket and the buttons to control it are on the wrong side of the screen, meaning you have to reach across it to operate them. The touchscreen icons don’t fit on the screen properly, either, and it’s hard to read the screen in bright sunlight.