It's not exactly an exciting car, so I'll keep it brief:
Ride - very comfortable and soaked up the worst of the Midlands' road surfaces with ease.
Seats - again, very comfortable
Gearchange - sweet, accurate
Stereo - Sound quality good, DAB actually worked for nearly 8 minutes before hiccupping!
Loudspeaker positioning - tweeters in the dash and the front of the rear doors meant that, with my seat back far enough (I'm 6'3") the left channel was coming from the far side of the windscreen and the right from behind my ear. Very odd.
Electronic Handbrake - Annoying and you have to have your foot on the footbrake to use it. Is the human race now too stupid/weak to use a normal handbrake or have we gone in the other direction and evolved past the use of simple levers?
Engine - BlueMotion diesel. Quiet enough but completely gutless. Not sure it actually had a turbo. It also averaged 47mpg on a gentle-ish 400 mile motorway jaunt. Is it me, or is that a bit shit for a gutless 2 litre oil burner, when my much perkier old Mondeo could crack 50mpg when driven like a lunatic and boasting only 5 gears rather than 6? Opinions welcomed..
Privacy Glass - WHY?? It makes the already dark interior even gloomier and is like driving a bloody van.
Gearchange indicator - I was comfortably ascending a gradual incline in 4th at 40mph with the instantaneous fuel consumption showing 39mpg. The gearchange indicator said I should be in 6th so, for a laugh, I complied. The engine started juddering, I had to put my foot flat to the floor to maintain 40mph, and the fuel consumption figure dropped to 22mpg. That works well, then....
Actually quite a nice car, pleasant to drive and well equipped. Just make sure you buy a petrol one unless you particularly like going slowly, ignore the gearchange indicator and specify clear glass that you can actually see through properly.