When it comes to infotainment, there are clear distinctions between trim levels. Entry-level Visia goes without Bluetooth and even a USB connection, while for steering wheel-mounted audio controls, you need to step up to Acenta.
Not surprisingly, top-spec Acenta Premium and Tekna versions are much better equipped. Their features include a 5.8-inch touchscreen media system with sat-nav, a DAB radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and an upgraded stereo system.
The sat-nav is fairly responsive to inputs, while the menus in the media system are simple and easy to navigate. Pairing your phone is a fuss-free process, too.