2. A lot of room in a little space
The 2014 Rondo isn’t a particularly large vehicle. At only 178.1 inches long and 63.4 inches tall, it’s fairly small for a seven-seater. For reference, that means the roof is is 4.5 inches lower than a Dodge Grand Caravan and the body nearly 25 inches shorter.
Despite the diminutive exterior dimensions, cabin space is surprisingly generous for passengers in the two front rows. Legroom for front and middle row passengers is 40.7 inches and 37 inches respectively while the third row is a tiny 27.8 inches. Headroom is also ample for the first two rows. Reserve the aftmost seats for children.
As mentioned, the 2014 Rondo is available in either five-seat or seven-seat configurations, both of which offer 65 cubic feet of total cargo space with the middle and back rows folded flat. Five seat Rondos still offer convenient under floor storage areas in the 32.2 cubic-foot rear cargo area, while the pop-up third row in the seven-seat Rondo reduces rear cargo space to just over eight cubic feet. There are also dual cubby bins built into the floor between the front and second-row seats.