Considered among its class rivals, the Stonic’s infotainment system is really rather gratifying. For a start, you get a decently large 7.0in touchscreen and features including a DAB radio, Bluetooth and smartphone mirroring. This means that even if you buy the car in entry-level 2 trim without sat-nav, you can link up an Android or Apple phone and display a sat-nav app on it through the car’s screen. This works for other selected apps such as internet radio, too.
First Edition trim includes a built-in sat-nav, which gives you live traffic reports from TomTom.
Being positioned high on the dashboard, the screen is easy to see and its large icons are easy to hit. Even though it responds a tad slowly to inputs at times, we’d still rate the Stonic’s infotainment system as one of the best in the class, although the Seat Arona's is even better.