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Gets a higher ride height, 17in alloy wheels, raised suspension, extra body cladding and standard kit including auto lights and wipers, city brake control and a ‘Mode Selector’ which gives you access to hill-descent control.,
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This entry-level 1.4 is naturally aspirated, so feels flat unless pushed extremely hard. As a result it’s quite noisy and its real-world fuel economy isn’t great. Cheap to buy but we’d avoid.
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