Comfy and cheap to run, but it could do with more spaceread the full model review
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.
Engine:118d M Sport Shadow Ed
With a 2.0-litre engine and a big hike in power over the 116d (114bhp vs 148bhp), the 118d feels nippy, but is not quite as free-revving or smooth as some of its diesel rivals, and it can also be noisy and strained when accelerating hard.