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Gets the essentials, including air-con, 16in alloy wheels, a 6.5in colour screen, sat-nav, Bluetooth and audio streaming, digital radio, a multi-function steering wheel, auto lights and wipers and electric windows all-round. You might want to add cruise control, rear parking sensors and Apple CarPlay, though, as well as the Driver Assistant Pack with useful safety aids such as automatic emergency braking.
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.