It is the ultimate urban hatchback in terms of size, giving you tall SUV-like seating while being significantly shorter and narrower than the Baleno. This might make you think it has compromised on cabin space, but it is quite the opposite. Suzuki has made clever use of the available real estate by building it upwards, which means you sit upright and have ample legroom both front and rear. Tall people won’t complain about headroom and the cabin is sufficiently wide. The only grouse with the rear seat is that it is a bit too flat.
The cabin is a nice place to be, with modern looking dash and a tablet-like touchscreen infotainment unit sticking out, like in a Mercedes A class. The car comes with Android Auto in addition to Apple Car Play making it very intelligent when connected to your phone. The automatic climate control unit is shaped like a cylinder and has nice toggle type switches that look great. The steering wheel is all new and overall material quality of plastics throughout the cabin is decent. Visibility is good, although that thick rear pillar can cause some blind spot while reversing out.