In the 2nd-row seats, there’s decent space for 2 adults, with enough room left in the middle seat for a 3rd person to squeeze in. The Jogger’s stepped roofline means that there’s plenty of headroom back there and passengers in the rear will have a good view out, thanks to ‘stadium’ seating that places the back seats slightly higher up than the front ones.
The Jogger’s party piece is in the boot, though. There you will find another 2 seats and unlike many 7-seat SUV models, there’s proper space in the 3rd row for adults. Even 6-footers will have enough leg- and headroom to get comfortable.
If you don’t need to carry people, you can fold the backs of these seats down, or tumble the seats forward to open up even more boot space. You can also undo a couple of catches and lift the seats out. They weigh 10kg each so they’re not too hard to lug around. Do that and the boot holds a massive 699 litres, which can be expanded further by folding and tumbling the middle row, which opens up 2085 litres of space.
With all seats in use, there’s still a useful 212 litres of boot space on offer, and you get 3 hooks for shopping bags, an elastic retaining strap and tie-down hooks as well, for added cargo versatility.
There are 2 USB sockets up front, plus a 12-volt accessory connection, and there are optional folding picnic tables in the back seats. Seats in the rear also get their own 12-volt socket. Up front, there is a maximum of 23 litres of storage space spread around the cabin, between the door bins, the centre console and the generous 7-litre glovebox.