On first glance, it looks like a miniature Range Rover, with a sloping roof line, angled back windows and a similar shape - only a lot smaller and less refined.
There's even some black panelling on an otherwise all-blue car, and if you go up a level you'll qualify for the two-tone paint job which makes it feel quite premium. The exterior gets a big tick.
Inside is not so flash, it's more about standard finishes and a fair amount of plastic. Still, it does the job, and for the price it's good.
In this model there are fabric seats which don't look so great but aren't scratchy on bare legs which is the important thing.
The centre console has a simple design and if you don't want to work out where things are on the touchscreen, there's a bunch of buttons underneath which are shortcuts for main functions.
It also comes with a leather steering wheel which feels nice and is a step up from the base model.