Even the entry-level KX-1 comes with a DAB radio, Bluetooth (including audio streaming), voice control, six speakers, a USB socket and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring. All this is controlled through a 7.0in touchscreen.
Upgrading to KX-2 and above gets you a better system – an 8.0in touchscreen that also has sat-nav. This system is simple to use because the on-screen buttons are large and clear, so are easy to press while driving. The menus are simple, too, while connecting your mobile phone takes seconds.
KX-3 and GT-Line S models go one step further with a 10-speaker Harman Kardon stereo complete with a subwoofer. If you like music, it’s worth considering, although we wouldn’t upgrade to those trims just because of this.