Entry-level 2 trim features a small LCD display for radio and media functions; Bluetooth is available, but only as a dealer-fit accessory. Next-rung-up 3 trim adds Bluetooth, but upgrading to 4 brings a 7.0in colour touchscreen display, as well as sat-nav and a DAB radio.
The touchscreen system has complex menus and small, hard-to-hit icons. It feels more like an additional accessory compared with the better-integrated systems on rival cars and is a bit fiddly to use.
All versions get a small LCD vehicle and journey information display in the instrument cluster. It’s black and white on 2 trim and colour on 3 and above.