Good size, wrong shape
Sure, it has the badge but wouldn’t you really rather drive an SUV?
more flexible seat arrangement, perhaps as in Skoda’s Yeti.
The highlight is also the lowlight. The B180 designation belies the wagon’s techno-rich 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine, cranking out a modest 90kW/ 200Nm despite using the more expensive 95RON fuel. It has direct injection, variable valve timing, three driving modes and a stop-start system.
It drives the front wheels through a neat seven-speed
Worthy: The B180 is commendable but hardly exciting — except when the driver confuses the column stalks