The touchscreen infotainment system – standard on all but the entry-level trim –disappoints, because it's fiddly to use on the move and there are no shortcut buttons to help you negotiate its menus.
The screen itself has reasonably modern graphics, but it’s unresponsive; you’ll often find yourself stabbing at buttons a couple of times, only to then hit something you didn’t want. Dragging menu bars up and down requires patience, too.
Entry-level cars get two speakers, FM radio, USB input, Bluetooth, steering-column mounted audio controls. The rest get the 7.0in colour touchscreen, DAB radio, and Apple CarPlay and Mirrorlink on top of that. Sat-nav is an option on all models apart from top-spec GT Line, which is a shame since you get it as standard even on lower and more affordable trims in the Renault Captur.