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S line trim is focused on sporty looks; you get 18in wheels, a bodykit, xenon headlights and part-leather upholstery. It’s worth noting that you can specify a more comfortable suspension set-up for no extra cost; we’d certainly recommend it.
We’ve not tried this engine yet, but judging by the sub-seven second 0-62mph time, we don’t doubt it’ll be pokey. Comes with either two- or four-wheel drive and six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic gearbox