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By James Foxall
08 May 2007 11:18
They’re exactly as they are in the C-Crosser so if your legs are longer than the average eight year old’s, you won’t be wanting to sit there for any length of time. If you do manage to squeeze in and the weather’s nice you’ll really enjoy the ride. The aerodynamics of the car are such that unlike sitting in the back of normal four-seater convertibles you’re not blasted to kingdom come as soon as the driver picks up a bit of speed. And they’ll certainly bring out the poser in you.
Along with Peugeot’s forthcoming 4007, the C-Crosser is essentially the Mitsubishi Outlander with a nose job. Inside, Chevron badging apart, it’s identical. That means it’s pretty well screwed together and clean and simple to look at – if a little bland. As with any SUV, visibility’s good and the driving position isn’t helped by the lack of reach adjustment for the steering wheel. The ride is firm but still supple and the steering transmits a reasonable amount of feel for the road.
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