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This entry-level trim looks good value, with a 6.5in touchscreen, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, tyre pressure monitoring and Bluetooth all standard. However, it misses out on some kit most people would consider the norm these days, such as air conditioning, a DAB radio and alloy wheels, so we think it’s worth stepping up to SE.
A little more power but this petrol engine still struggles in fast-moving traffic. While the claimed economy is an impressive 57.6mpg and it produces very low CO2 emissions, the 1.0 TSI 95 is more efficient still and better to drive.