Is there anything interesting about its design?
While the Ignis is certainly distinctive, the GLX steps it up a bit. Most of the extra outlay goes on the bigger wheels, colourful trim and, if you like, spend another grand and you can have two-tone paint which isn't nearly as horrific as it sounds.
Amusingly, it's almost as wide as it is high, giving the car a distinctly brick-on-wheels bearing. The exterior styling is bold, with pumped wheelarches, big confident headlights and some brave angles at the rear. There are even a trio of what look like gills carved into the C-pillar.
All that slabby-sidedness and high-roof mean a reasonably roomy interior. Nothing in here is particularly outstanding but seems to be reasonably put together and the materials are alright too.