We wanted the Xpander and Xpander Cross interiors to reflect our deep held belief of ‘Omotenashi’, the Japanese word for ‘hospitality’. So as well as Japanese craftsmanship, there are lots of other touches, like clever storage areas and a superior climate control system.
There’s no need to shout
We’ve added sound absorbing material throughout and thick carpet on the floor, so you can have a conversation with your fellow passengers without raising your voice.
Making light work of heavy rain
Thick headlining backed by sound-absorbing material has been used to reduce rain noise on the roof.
High quality insulated glass
The windshield is made of high-quality insulated glass. Combine that with all the other sound proofing touches and it’s no wonder the Xpander and Xpander Cross are so quiet inside.
Three adults in the middle seats
The Xpander and Xpander Cross have seven seats. In the middle row, three adults can sit comfortably with more headroom than any other vehicle in its class. A mechanism allows the seats to fold forward easily, to access the third row of seats.
Easy access to the back seats
Unlike many MPVs, the Xpander and Xpander Cross have third row seats which are properly proportioned, in other words, they’ve been designed for adults. They have more hip width, more legroom and a sensible amount of space for your feet.
Room for seven, plus luggage
Keep all the seats up and you can carry seven passengers. Still need room for other items? There’s a space behind the third row for four gallon water bottles or a stroller.
Welcome to the cargo deck
Fold the third and second row seats down and you’ve got a large, flat cargo deck with no sticking up bits or gaps. This makes it ideal for luggage, bikes and even items of furniture.