Avoid entry-level S trim if you can; it doesn’t get alloys, Bluetooth, air-con, cruise control or the variable boot floor. You can add air-con with S Air trim, but we’d recommend looking at SE instead; it gets all of those things, plus a better sound system, rear parking sensors, and a leather-effect multifunction steering wheel. However, our favourite is the Turbo Edition. It gets every SE does, plus Hyundai’s 7.0in infotainment screen, yet is priced more cheaply. Weird.
Premium Nav adds various luxuries, including front parking sensors, climate control, auto lights and wipers, and the smartphone docking station. Premium SE Nav adds chrome exterior trim highlights, sunroof and heated seats, but is too expensive. Only flat white paint is standard – anything else is a cost option.
Active models are based on SE, but are designed to look like a small SUV. As such, 17in alloy wheels, unique front and rear bumpers and side mouldings are included. However, given it’s no higher from the ground and looks expensive, we’d stick with the Turbo Edition.
The three-door model range starts with SE, and steps up to Sport and Sport Nav, but the equipment you get is exactly the same as in SE, Premium and Premium Nav in the five-door.