Entry-level SE versions come with air conditioning, alloy wheels, two USB connectors, a leather steering wheel and bright LED headlights (rather than the halogen lights fitted to most cars of this price).
We’d go for SE-L Nav trim, though, which adds goodies such as climate and cruise control, LED daytime running lights and 16in alloy wheels. A comprehensive infotainment package includes a six-speaker stereo, sat-nav, Bluetooth and a DAB radio, all operated through a 7.0in colour screen. Go for the more powerful 2.0-litre version and you also get bigger 17in alloy wheels and a limited-slip differential.
Sport Nav versions throw in extras such as heated leather seats, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers, and an upgraded stereo. Again, the 2.0-litre model gets even more, including larger 17in alloy wheels, sports suspension and a limited-slip differential. Yet, being quite a bit more expensive than the SE-L Nav model, this wouldn’t be our primary choice.