Entry-level Expression+ is best avoided since it’s the only trim that doesn’t come with a 7.0in colour touchscreen and sat-nav, although you do get Bluetooth, a DAB radio and a USB socket to plug your phone into. Upgrade to Dynamique Nav trim and, as well as the aforementioned colour touchscreen, you also get an upgraded sound system. Meanwhile, range-topping Signature versions have an even more powerful Bose sound system.
The touchscreen is user-friendly, with most of the icons clearly defined and big enough to hit precisely. There are more intuitive infotainment systems, but the Kadjar’s is easy enough to get your head around. It's easy to pair up your phone via Bluetooth and, with it plugged in to the USB socket, searching your music is a doddle.
A cubby ahead of the gearlever houses the USB input and is ideal for storing your phone when it’s plugged in.