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We are yet to try out this variant
HSE Dynamic Lux
As per the HSE Luxury, but with heaps of styling tweaks. This trim is available only with the 180 auto and is far too pricey for us to recommend.,
HSE Black
As per the HSE but with (yep, you guessed it) lots of black styling touches, including 20in alloy wheels and privacy glass. The trim is available only with the 180 auto engine.,
HSE Luxury
Everything you could want including 20in wheels, styling upgrades, an automatic parking system, even more seat adjustment for the front seats, heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, USB ports in rows two and three, air-con for those in the third row, and online functions for the infotainment. It’s very expensive, though, so you’d be better off going for HSE or SE Tech, and adding a few choice options.
A big price jump from SE Tech, but you do get a panoramic glass roof, 19in alloys, full leather upholstery, electrically adjustable front seats, a rear-view camera, an upgraded sound system with subwoofer and keyless entry. SE Tech is much better value, but if you really want the sumptuous, high-end finish, this could make sense.
SE Tech
This is the pick of the range and features sat-nav, a powered tailgate and front parking sensors on top of the standard SE features. However, you still don’t get full leather seats or xenon headlights.,
Has all the critical features including 18in alloys, part-leather upholstery, heated front seats and windscreen, rear parking sensors, a multi-function steering wheel and climate control. It also has an 8.0in colour touchscreen with digital radio, Bluetooth and a USB input.
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Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

38.2-53.3 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

139-187 g/km

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Boot capacity

How much space is there?

1698 litres

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