It's not particularly adventurous and has a very strong Nissan aesthetic about it (partly courtesy of a mild facelift in 2017). It's all nicely proportioned and the way the glass kicks up at the rear means it looks a lot like the smaller Qashqai and doesn't reveal its bulk.
It's kind of a neat trick unless you're offended by people asking which one of the two you've bought. The high ride height should be a dead giveaway, however.
There's certainly nothing wrong with the interior but most of its competition is newer and often have more things to keep you amused.
You can also tell it's a bit on the old side by just how many switches there are in here.