Entry-level S versions go without alloy wheels but do get a DAB radio, Bluetooth, automatic lights and wipers, electric mirrors, air-con and cruise control. However, we recommend upgrading to SE trim. For not a great deal more money, it brings 15in alloy wheels, the Connect infotainment system, parking sensors front and rear, as well as an alarm.
Sat-nav is optional on all but S models, while EX cars feature luxuries such as climate control and keyless entry and start. We’d save the money and stick with SE.
Based on SE, Sport trim, which comes with the 1.5-litre engine, gains black 16in wheels, LED headlights and sportier touches.