Space inside the car is sufficient for four average-sized adults but the rear bench will not be comfortable for a third passenger, not even a kid. At the rear, taller passengers may struggle for legroom but never the headroom – there is plenty of it and the fixed rear headrests are tall enough to support passengers of varying heights. Cabin insulation of the redi-GO is average at best with most of the noise from the suspension and engine seeping inside the cabin. We drove through-rain lashed roads and there was a fair amount of splashing heard through the wheel wells too. While driving at slow city speeds, the steering feels light and the car is nimble and easy to manoeuvre. But as speeds increase, things start to change. Though the Datsun redi-GO 1.0 gets to the 100kmph mark easily, we suggest you remain in the double-digit zone. The feedback from the steering is shallow and it's more of an instinct than surety while taking turns at slightly higher speeds. At triple digits, the tall frame of the car makes it a little difficult to steer without hints of body roll creeping in. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test-drive order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.