Well, if that had to be answered in two words we would say 'largely unchanged’. But then, let's talk about those little changes anyways. So sporty always invokes additional stitching on the seats, steering wheel, gear knob and they have to be red. So that's a check.
Other than that, the dashboard layout remains the same but the only difference is that there are no silver accents anymore. It's an all-black theme on the inside and Batman would absolutely love it. But none of us are remotely Batman and out in the 48 degree heat, the seats were absolutely baking our heinies. It's only that chilling aircon that really saved us from getting cooked.
The driver seats are pretty comfortable and hold you well in place, but it's more of a sitting on the seat position rather than in. It just doesn’t envelop you as well as it should especially if you have a large frame.
The rear bench is one of the comfortable ones when it comes to hatches in this segment, but we did miss storage at the rear thanks to the flat door pads. What we also loved is the barrage of storage places in the cabin overall. You have as many as 20 storage places to keep your knick-knacks making it an extremely practical cabin.
What we did not like was the plastics in certain areas like the door pads, the chrome dials on the aircon and with no contrast to add, the all-black does highlight the cost saving bits even more.
The speedo console is another thing we are not too fond off. It's too bland with no colour in it at all. The dials could have been bigger as well.