Mazda’s little SUV is a fitting Tribute to badge-engineering’s ills
The 60/40 rear bench seat is comfortable, though adults won’t find as much leg support as there is up front. However, head and leg room are good, and there’s plenty of space for your feat under the front seat. Even the center position is good, with a headrest that goes up high enough for an average adult. There are only arm rests on the doors; a pull-down center armrest would be an improvement. Just as with the front seats, there are no assist handles in the back, but again this doesn’t pose a problem.