Entry-level Visia models come with air conditioning, Bluetooth and cruise control, but they miss out on lots of desirable kit, so we’d recommend going for a higher-spec model if you can.
Acenta trim is certainly worth considering, because it adds dual-zone climate control, 17in alloy wheels, power-folding door mirrors, driver’s seat lumbar adjustment and automatic lights and wipers.
Our favourite, however, is N-Connecta, which brings luxuries such as a 7.0in touchscreen with sat-nav, a 360deg camera system, privacy glass and front and rear parking sensors. It also has 18in wheels, keyless engine starting and lots more safety kit, which we’ll talk about in detail later.
Tekna models are too pricey to recommend and the bigger 19in alloy wheels ruin ride quality, but for those who must have a lot of toys Tekna comes with heated leather seats, LED headlights and a heated windscreen. Meanwhile, Tekna+ has more luxurious nappa leather seats, lumbar adjustment and a Bose sound system.