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, it’s like stepping back into the 1990s.
Fortunately, 3, X-Line and GT-Line S trims get a much better 7.0in colour touchscreen, with a DAB radio, sat-nav and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard. The system is easy to use because the menus are intuitive and the screen quick to react to inputs. It’s actually one of the best systems in the class, matched only by the Hyundai i10's nearly identical version.
Range-topping GT-Line S adds wireless phone charging, but it's too pricey to recommend.