The all leather interior has generous space and equipment list as standard accessories.
I would however not really term this as an outright MPV. Or for the many other Japanese makes out there nowadays too, but I would state here that it’s more appropriate to call them cross-over vehicles from station wagons to mini MPV.
The engine with its CVVT technology delivers respectable acceleration and with a generous torque curve.
The list of standard items for the car is generous; double DIN stereo with MP3, auto sunroof, leather seats, ABS on 4 discs, EBD, Twin SRS, SIPS, reverse sensors that displays distant when reversing and even a 12 Volt interior power outlet for the chargers/laptop.
The driving feel of the car is tall with excellent forward view, and generally good all around view. No view obstructions from the A pillars.
Overtaking kick-downs with the auto box are fairly quick (60 to 100 KMH sprint) thanks to the CVVT excellent power delivery and responsive gears/RPM ratios.
Stopping power is excellent with the all round discs and 4 channels ABS.
Wet driving situations is assuring with the front drive set up, making the grips and traction’s better. This much needed assurance is more apparent at speeds on the wet highways.
Only complain so far is the sound insulation issue. There is not much vibrations or harshness so I won’t use the term NVH, but I would just say that NAZA should look into putting in more sound silencing materials in the car. Well, with the spirited performance it brings, some may prefer the throaty inputs as oppose to some others. So it’s not much an issue really.
I would frankly say that this mini MPV is worth every cent I paid for