This would have been a rather daunting task in my trusty Skoda CitiGo, but fear not, the comfortable and spacious (as we found out last week) Kadjar has us covered. It's also the perfect chance to leave it in the fuel-starving 'Eco' mode, the results of which we will discuss next time.
Not only did it complete the trip with few worries to report, but we were able to give a thorough going over to the rear-seat experience. How was it? Well the passenger in the back, who shall remain nameless, fell asleep ten minutes into the journey - which should tell you almost all you need to know.
It was also an excuse to have that giant panoramic glass roof open, allowing the rear passenger (when they were awake) to view the sky as we made our way back from the wilds of the North. It makes the interior feel more light and airy, but is thankfully tinted so as not to blind anyone. With a pair of cup holders, door pockets and an ashtray in the armrest, the back seemed an enticing place to be on the trip.