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This has standard LED headlights, climate control, 18in alloy wheels, lowered, firmer suspension and an aerodynamic bodykit that is designed to make the car look meaner. It’s a lot of money, though, and doesn’t ride as well as versions on smaller wheels with fatter tyres. You can deselect the firmer suspension at no extra cost – something we’d recommend if you go for this trim.
This 1.5-litre diesel feels long-geared, so revs steadily compared with a Mercedes A180d and doesn't feel as punchy as an Audi A3 1.6 TDI. However, performance is adequate, assuming you're not looking to drive like a bat out of hell everywhere.