The Alhambra has been around for longer than you might think, almost a decade in fact. It owes its longevity to a variety of reasons, flexibility being one. The seats are extremely adaptable and come with power-sliding rear doors that make for easy access to the rear. The third row of seats is far from superfluous and can accommodate two adults with ease. There is a decent sized boot that can be further expanded by folding the split rear seats or even adapted into a mini-van by folding all the rear seats down. It is impressive to drive on the road with the raised seating position giving an excellent driving position and the punchy diesel engine providing more than enough grunt to move this hefty body around. The cabin feels quiet and refined and there is a general feel of quality to all the plastics used in its composition. A more than viable alternative to the likes of the VW Sharan.