All models get a well-specced infotainment system including a 6.5in colour screen, a multi-function steering wheel, Bluetooth, a CD player, USB input and a digital radio. Unusually, it also has sat-nav as standard on all trim levels – a pricey option on most rivals – so there really is no need to add extras, since this rotary dial-controlled system is the best in the class for usability.
Even so, many buyers will opt to upgrade to Navigation Plus as part of the Tech Pack; this brings an 8.8in touchscreen complete with traffic avoidance, online functionality with app support, a bigger colour screen in the driver’s binnacle and head-up display. You even get wireless charging for compatible devices in the central armrest. Although this system is pricey, you do get plenty of extra functionality and it is the best infotainment system currently available in any MPV.
You can add an enhanced Bluetooth function that allows connection of multiple devices, enables wireless charging, improves reception in the car via the external aerial and adds extra microphones, meaning the front passenger can also talk via a hands-free connection. This is standard with the Tech Pack.