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This is the range-topping trim. It takes the sporty look up a notch with larger 19in alloy wheels, more aggressive bumper styling and privacy glass. You also get powerful LED headlights and part-leather and part-Alcantara seat trim. For us, though, the price jump over Sport is too much for the benefits you get.
Engine:2.0T FSI Quattro
For a relatively small engine in a biggish car, this 2.0-litre petrol is pretty pokey. That’s down to a turbocharger that boosts power to a healthy 249bhp and a usable spread of shove throughout the rev range. Like the 2.0 TDI 190 diesel, this engine has a standard seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, which changes smoothly through the gears but can be a little jerky at parking speeds.