Base models get Bluetooth connectivity and a small 3.8in display that we suspect will be hard to read on the move. Move up to ‘2’ trim and this is upgraded to a 5.0in colour display with a 3.5in information display between the speedo and rev-counter along with USB charging ports front and rear.
Only when you jump up to top-spec ‘3’ models do you get a touchscreen system with sat-nav. This 7.0in system is clear, easy to use with logical menus and also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Irritatingly, you can’t have this system as an option on lower spec cars, forcing you to spend an awful lot of money to get it.