Although entry-level SE trim gets you plenty of luxuries, including climate control, a powered tailgate, electric front seats, keyless start, a reversing camera and cruise control, you do miss out on all-important sat-nav.
That comes as standard on Sport trim and above, where you’ll also get rear parking sensors, bigger alloys, heated front seats and LED headlights. However, given the relatively small price jump from Sport to AMG Line, it’s the range-topping trim that we’d recommend most. This is mainly because it brings firmer but, surprisingly, more comfortable suspension, but you also get styling upgrades that many buyers will value.
There’s really no need to plunder the options list, although metallic paint is worth considering and you might want to upgrade to real leather seats (faux leather comes as standard).