The three trim levels start off with SE. This is reasonably basic for a car in this price range, with the highlights being 16in alloy wheels, a DAB radio and air-con.
Audi reckons more than half of buyers will plump for the mid-level Sport option. It’s the pick of the bunch for us, too, because for a reasonable premium over the SE trim, you get 17in wheels, sat-nav, automatic lights and wipers and cruise control. It looks jazzier as well, thanks to contrasting paint on the exterior of the rear pillars.
Finally, the S line model adds LED headlights, even larger 18in alloy wheels and part-leather sports seats. You also get an LED ambient interior lighting pack for a swisher feel inside, and more aggressive-looking S line bumpers on the outside.