It's a sizeable car that doesn't feel sizeable at all. It's not what you'd call zippy, but it's certainly not heavy and nor is the steering wheel - in fact that's the most noticeable bit. When you turn the wheel, the car turns immediately so it's super responsive steering. It's quite smooth with no lurching or jerking, and it handles really nicely on the road. It also does what you ask it to, so if you need to pull out in traffic really quickly, it will, there's no hesitation.
It has a 2.0-litre engine which is enough to get up hills and around town easily, but this spec is only a front-wheel drive, and I'm quite partial to all-wheel drives because I like the extra security of good traction on the road.
It's on the larger side of mid-size SUVs but it's still relatively easy to park, as long as you take the length of the car into consideration. There's a high-def reverse parking camera, but the 360-degree camera is a bit odd - it shows the car from above but doesn't show the surroundings, so you have to guess where the kerb/wall/pole is.