Comfortable, classy and great to drive - one of the best open-tops on saleread the full model review
It might be the entry-level trim, but Sport still gets plenty of kit. This includes 17in alloys, a 7.0in infotainment system with DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and sat-nav, a colour information screen between the rev counter and speedo, front sports seats, a well-insulated ‘acoustic’ hood, dual-zone climate control and a three-spoke leather steering wheel. Our favourite specification.
We think the 2.0-litre diesel (in this 148bhp tune) is worth the premium over the 1.6 because it’s a little smoother and even more flexible. It’ll still return more than 50mpg in the real world, too, keeping running costs down. It’s available with all trim levels apart from S3.