The ‘1’, ‘2’ and GT-Line trims get a small, 3.8in monochrome screen with just FM and AM wavebands and no DAB radio, while ‘1’ trim doesn’t even have Bluetooth. Quite frankly, it’s out of the Ark, and you have no option to upgrade it, either.
Only ‘3’ and GT-Line S trims get anything better, and it's a complete contrast: a bang up-to-date system with many of the latest features.
For instance, it comes with a 7.0in colour touchscreen, a DAB radio, sat-nav and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring all as standard. The GT-Line S also has wireless phone charging.
The screen is bright and crisp, while the menus are easily navigable and react quickly to inputs. All in all, it’s one of the best systems in the class, easily trumping those of the Up and its other derivatives and matched only by the i10's.