The Ameo has its nice angles but the truncated boot looks like an after-thought and spoils the car’s proportions. On the plus side, the boot is well-shaped and very useable. The Ameo’s build quality is easily the best in its segment and the cabin has a built-to-last look about it. Unfortunately, the Ameo just doesn’t offer the same sense of space as rivals; and the rear seat is simply cramped.<br/>Of the engines, the 1.0-litre petrol unit comes across as underpowered and dull while the 1.5-litre diesel is strong and punchy albeit a bit slow to respond at low speeds. The manual gearbox options are nice enough but it’s the diesel auto’s quick and slick dual-clutch unit that feels really special. The Ameo’s confident high-speed manners are a boon and the ride, although firm, is nice too.
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