In 1, 2 and GT-Line trims, there’s an AM/FM radio that's displayed on a tiny 3.8in monochrome screen, while 1 trim doesn’t even get Bluetooth. Quite frankly, that's like stepping back into the 1990s.
Fortunately, the upper trims get a much better 7.0in colour touchscreen, with a DAB radio plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard. On 3, X-Line S and GT-Line S models, this also includes in-built sat-nav. The touchscreen is easy to use because the menus are intuitive and the screen quick to react to inputs – so much so that it’s one of the best systems in the class, matched only by the Hyundai i10's nearly identical version.
Range-topping X-Line S and GT-Line S models add wireless phone charging, but those trims are too pricey to recommend.