On the inside, the Rexton is a typical seven-seater, but it's loaded with features.
Automatic projector headlamps and wipers, cruise control, automatic climate control, electrically adjustable seats with memory function on the automatic version (manually adjustable on the, er, manual), a 6.1-inch screen for the multimedia unit, air-vents for all rows, sunroof on the automatic, parking sensors, hill descent control on the automatic, ESP, airbags, ABS.... phew that is really quite a list.
Space is just about okay for seven persons.
The second row is decent but lacks some underthigh support, the driver and passenger seats are better designed and offer some more comfort while the third-row is strictly for kids.
With the last-row up, there is just space for a small shopping bag or two, flip them forward and it's good enough for a couple of days out of town for a family of four or five.
Quality is decent in some places, not up to the mark in others, especially the way certain controls are finished. It's a bit plasticky, but then again the price tag also works accordingly.