Headroom: front 965mm rear 890mm
The smallest on our forecourt that the two could fit into and described as a squash and a squeeze! Manual front seat adjustment - forward/back with no rise and fall or adjustable lumbar support.
Headroom: front 970mm rear 920mm
"Do-able" with cut outs in the front seats for a little more legroom in the rear and a square body shape for adequate rear headroom. No lumbar support or powered seat adjustments but a comfortable driving position. Mind your head on the rear door mechanism!
Headroom: front 980mm rear 965mm
Works well for long legs, particularly in the rear. Manually adjusted steering column/seats with no additional lumbar support. The steering wheel is designed to sit in the lap which works well for some and makes for a fun drive but is worth test driving.
Headroom: front 1012mm rear 945mm
Better for headroom than legroom in the rear but still worked for both Matt and Henry. Premium SE spec has powered seat adjustment and lumbar support.
Nissan Leaf second generation
Headroom: front 1040mm rear 915mm
Headroom is great for the driver, although it is worth checking that the driving position works for you. Henry adopted a teenage slouch in the back. No additional lumbar support and manually adjusted seats/steering column.
VW ID.3 / Cupra Born
Headroom: front 1024mm rear 956mm
Great for headroom with legroom a little short of amazing, but for size of vehicle the interior space is generous. Max and Tour / V3 specs include adjustable lumbar support.
VW ID.4 / Audi Q4 e-tron
Headroom: front 1066mm rear 979mm
Roomy in all directions and the favourite of both Matt and Henry. A Max spec includes powered memory seats and adjustable lumbar support.
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Headroom: front 1252mm rear 950mm
Headroom and legroom both good in these models with the tech pack/AWD models offering powered memory seats and adjustable lumbar support. Comfortable driving position.
Tesla Model 3
Headroom: front 1024mm rear 958mm
Great head and legroom with powered memory seats, steering wheel adjustment and lumbar support. As saloons these sit lower to the floor which some prefer (including Matt).