Entry-level 2 models lack Bluetooth and have only five seats, so we’d opt for 3 or the hybrid PHEV Juro, which have dual-zone climate control, reversing sensors, Bluetooth and alloy wheels. 3 trim has seven seats, while PHEV Juro models feature neat touches such as heated seats, heated electric folding door mirrors and automatic wipers, making the car feel more upmarket.
Range-topping 4 trim comes with everything you’d ever need, including sat-nav, DAB radio, a 360deg camera, heated front seats, a powered tailgate, LED headlights and an electric glass sunroof.
The hybrid variant of the 4, called PHEV 4h, is similarly equipped, but we would recommend stepping up to PHEV 4hs because you also get lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control. The flagship PHEV 5h and 5hs add luxuries such as premium nappa leather, an Alpine audio system and extra safety kit. However, it costs a lot so is difficult to recommend.