We’d stick with entry-level Zetec trim because this is attractively priced and still gets you dual-zone climate control, alloy wheels, four electric windows, front and rear parking sensors and the 8.0in touchscreen media system. The only options we’d be tempted to add are metallic paint and – if you do a lot of motorway miles – cruise control.
Titanium models get cruise as standard, and also add keyless start, automatic lights and wipers, and a sat-nav. This trim carries a hefty premium, though, so isn’t such good value for money. Still, if you like lots of toys in your MPV, this one is a good choice.
Titanium Sport trim is too pricey to recommend, though. This range-topper gets a host of sporty visual upgrades inside and out, plus heated front seats and rear privacy glass.
It’s the same story with the range-topping Vignale model. Yes, it counts fancy leather seats with contrasting stitching, 10-way electrically adjustable front seats and keyless entry among its features, but they’re accompanied by a sizable price increase.