The main trim levels are Feel and Flair, although there is a limited number of Feel Editions that come with the Puretech 82 non-turbo engine. Every model gets a 7.0in touchscreen system with a DAB radio, smartphone connectivity, Bluetooth, a USB socket, air-con and cruise control. Electric front windows are also standard, but the rear ones simply pop out manually; some rear passengers might not like that, so it’s worth bearing in mind.
Flair versions have plenty of luxury kit, including sat-nav and a reversing camera, but they’re pretty pricey. As for Feel Edition, this gets a choice of exterior colours included in the price, along with red highlights and black wheels. It’s worth noting that you don’t get the clever hydraulic bump stops, though.