We reckon SE trim makes the most sense. It’s so much cheaper the next-level SE L, yet it still gets you dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers, a decent infotainment system and cruise control. Even after you've added the seven-seat option and a few other choice extras (we'd recommend keyless entry/start, folding tray tables, adjustable lumbar support and rear-seat backrest release handles), you'll still be quids in.
SE L trim is worth a look, though; it adds sat-nav as standard and you get plenty of other creature comforts, including adaptive LED headlights, Alcantara seats, keyless entry and start, and a powered tailgate.
The upper trims, while fulsomely equipped, are too pricey to recommend, while entry-level S trim is rather basic, although you do get essentials including air conditioning.