Entry-level trims are often short of luxuries, but KX-1 is well equipped. You get air conditioning, 17in alloy wheels, reversing sensors, a rear-view camera, a 7.0in touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, cruise control and electrically folding door mirrors thrown in with the price. So far from being a stripped-out, low-cost option, this is actually our top recommendation if you’re a company car driver.
You do miss out on self-levelling rear suspension, though, as well as sat-nav, which comes as standard in KX-2, our favourite version for private buyers. This mid-spec trim also gets a more advanced automatic air conditioning system, leather upholstery and heated front seats.
KX-3 models are seriously well equipped; you get luxuries including a powered tailgate, xenon headlights, a panoramic glass roof and an electrically adjustable driver’s seat, but it starts getting rather expensive.
As for the ‘sporty’ GT-Line and GT-Line S models, we’d avoid both on account of their 19in wheels that reduce ride comfort.