Even the entry-level KX-1 comes with a DAB radio, Bluetooth (including audio streaming), voice control, six speakers and a USB socket. However, you also get only a small monochrome screen on which to view everything.
Upgrading to KX-2 trim gets you a far more advanced system – a 7.0in colour touchscreen that also brings 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 you mobile phone is the work of seconds. You do forgo a CD player – which is standard on every other trim – but that’s unlikely to bother many.
Higher-spec KX-3 and KX-4 versions get an even larger 8.0in touchscreen, plus a higher-resolution information screen in the instrument binnacle. Sound quality is also much better in these versions because they get a 10-speaker Infinity stereo, which includes a subwoofer.