Even entry-level Style models are well equipped, coming with dual-zone climate control, cruise control and alloy wheels. Our favourite trim is Zetec, which adds electrically folding door mirrors, a heated windscreen, electric rear windows and a height-adjustable passenger seat.
We can see the appeal of Titanium, however, which also gets sat-nav, automatic light and wipers, sports seats, push-button engine starting and larger wheels – it’s worth it if you really want lots of kit.
Where Titanium X used to be a standalone trim, it’s now a pack that costs a fair amount, but does bring lots of high-end kit including adaptive LED headlights, leather interior, electric front seat adjustment and keyless entry, but we’d say it’s best avoided – especially if you’re a private buyer planning to sell on in a few years.
The top-end trim is Vignale, which adds a panoramic glass sunroof, a 12-speaker Sony sound system and a noise-cancelling system, among other things, but it’s very expensive to buy or run as a company car.