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This is the cheapest trim, and is the one to go for provided you’re not set on having sat-nav, as it comes with more than just the essential kit. Heated leather seats, dual-zone climate control, 18in alloy wheels, automatic lights and wipers, a multi-function steering wheel and front rear parking sensors are all thrown in. You also get Bluetooth, a DAB radio, a USB socket, an eight-speaker sound system, and an 8.0in colour touchscreen through which all the infotainment features are controlled. Sat-nav is a reasonably priced option.
This is the lower-powered of the two available versions of the 2.0-litre diesel, and is only available with front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual gearbox. The claimed emissions and economy are very competitive with other efficiency oriented SUVs. However, performance is a bit sluggish so we’d recommend the more powerful TD4.