Step inside and the Sport is markedly different from what we've seen for over a decade. The Sport gets a smart-looking, two-tone dash with silver inserts for the centre console.
Gone are those set of dials on top of the centre-console, replaced by a modern digital readout that still works as a compass, barometer, trip display and what have you. The steering feels high quality and chunky, while the controls for the air-con are well-finished too. Some bits, like the stereo panel, feel a bit antiquated, what with the competition offering touchscreen displays with reversing cameras and even Bluetooth.
You don't get the other trappings found on premium SUVs like auto headlamps, cruise control, stability control and the like. Just two airbags, ABS, leather seats, a decent sounding stereo and levers on the central tunnel. One, is the five-speed manual gearbox and the other is for the Super-Select four-wheel drive system, that also features a central differential lock. The seats in the front are quite supportive, the second row has good head room and leg room, though they are a bit narrow, while the third row is best for kids.