is one of the more comfortable cars in the small SUV class
, and considering these are cars that are used to carry families
, that automatically makes it one of the best. It gives you a smooth ride at all times, even on really poor roads.
The Captur is also one of the roomiest cars in the class
, with loads of space in the back seats – more than in most rivals
– and a really big boot. It’s 422 litres at its minimum, which already makes it one of the biggest in the class, and if you push the sliding rear seats as far forward as they’ll go, this jumps up to 536 litres. And, you can drop the rear seats completely for even more space, and they go pretty much flat, giving you a level load area.
Quality is another strong point for the Captur’s interior. The materials look and feel classy, and there’s an appealing mixture of colours and finishes. Whichever version you go for, you get a touch-screen infotainment system (the size of which depends on the grade of your car), and while it could be easier to navigate your way around, it looks good, with sharp graphics.
The driving position has lots of adjustment, but the small back window and thick rear pillars mean rear visibility isn’t all that great. All versions except the entry-level car have reversing sensors, however.