The 5.0in Uconnect touchscreen (standard on entry-level Pop Star models) is very small, but it's mounted high on the dash, so you don't need to divert your eyes far from the road to see it. However, some of the menu icons are small and there can be a delay when selecting a function. All models get Bluetooth, DAB radio and a USB slot.
The new Live infotainment system with its 7.0in touchscreen (which comes as standard on Lounge models) is a far superior system. Its high definition screen and logically laid out menus makes navigating different utilities a relative breeze. And if, like us, you don’t like using in-built navigation systems, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allows you to use your phone as the main infotainment hub.