As roomy and versatile as bigger cars. Ride and refinement disappointget the best price
Our pick of the range is not a lot more expensive than S trim but adds 15in alloy wheels, Honda’s 7.0in colour touchscreen infotainment system, front and rear parking sensors, another USB connection, an alarm, traffic sign recognition and lane departure warning.
Engine: 1.3 i-VTEC
The entry-level 1.3 is quicker than the 1.4 that it replaced, but it’s still sluggish. It feels most alive at the top of its rev range, so has to be revved hard to produce decent acceleration. You’ll find yourself continually changing down a gear as a result.
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