I think interior quality is one of those things where perception is far more important than reality. Cadillac is a great example. I remember hearing some engineer doing verbal facepalms over how the interior of the 2nd gen CTS was received as "low quality" by some critics, when he knew the CTS's materials were very high quality -- higher than BMW for instance.
Overall, I think the Verano has a great interior design, and I have the feeling for the price ($23k) it has the highest grade materials out of any car sold in the US right now. The only cars I can think of that might come close are some mid size sedans or other compact cars, but even though they may have very good interior designs, I have the feeling they don't have the same caliber of material quality.