We’re off. To start the car, it’s a start/stop button, so I have the keys here, they’re not plugged in so you’ve got a button just behind the steering wheel. You have to put your foot on the clutch before you can start the car. Lovely seating position. Got plenty of headroom. It has front and rear parking sensors. 30 pounds Road Tax Euro NCap 5* 61.4 miles per gallon If you get around 55-60 I think you’ll probably be doing really well. 67,866 miles cruise control Smart City Brake system which means that it’s assessing the roads constantly and if there is an imminent crush up ahead it will press the brake down. Let’s try reversing and see if you can hear the parking sensors. It has a camera on the dash as well which tells you how close you’re getting to the car behind. It shows you how close you are to the car behind 5.8 inch screen Information centre in the car which has audio radio stations phone you can connect into the phone and it’s touchscreen so speed dial, phone book, call history and message. It is connected to my phone so you’ll download messages and you can reply to messages by voice control but you can stop it you can turn it off so that it doesn’t pop up on the screen and annoy you whilst you’re driving along . Sat Nav – Simon Shield Cars Set up includes sound, language and then you’ve got seek for radio You can also use it on your steering wheel really important when you’re driving along. It also has a knob in the middle of the console which you can use to set up audio and sat nav, phone as well. A bit like BMWs I control. Dual climate control. Boot space is 503 litres increasing to 1621 when the seats are flat. A slight lip and underneath is all the equipment to inflate the tyres. You can separate the seats. There’s a little handle on the side and they flick down. Three separate seats in the back so you can divide them you can keep that one down in the middle and put the other ones up. 17-inch alloy wheels with Yokohama tyres. The car comes with two keys, but always make sure you take the keys out of the car with you because you’re not putting a key in the ignition so you’ve got to remember to take it or out of the car and need to lock it. I would split the two keys and keep one indoors just in case.