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  • Sat-nav on SE trim
  • Boot-mounted release levers for rear seats
  • Heated windscreen

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Trim level

Sportline Plus
On top of what’s on offer in Sportline, Sportline Plus adds heated front seats, progressive dynamic steering, the bigger 9.2in touchscreen, blindspot monitoring and an electrically powered tailgate, along with β€˜progressive dynamic steering’.
This is based on SE trim but is for those who like a sporty look, so it comes with bigger 19in alloy wheels, Alcantara-trimmed sports seats, gloss black styling details, a rear diffuser, twin rear exhaust tailpipes and firmer suspension. Unless you’re sold on the looks, it’s hard to recommend because of the price hike it brings, while the dynamic differences from standard models are hard to notice.
SE Technology
Our favourite trim for company car drivers – it&#39;s just a shame this isn&#39;t available with particularly attractive finance deals. SE Technology trim is based on SE but adds sat-nav and electric memory driver’s seat.
Although it still comes reasonably well equipped with Bluetooth and a DAB radio, we’d only recommend you go for this if you’re on a tight budget.
Laurin & Klement
This range-topping trim comes fully equipped with luxuries such as a TV tuner, adaptive suspension and rear climate control.
SE L Executive
Looks pricey against cheaper Superbs but is still good value in relation to the competition. Comes with a 9.2in infotainment screen, heated leather seats, 18in alloy wheels and a powered tailgate.
Our pick
Comes with a surprising amount of kit, including dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control and a 8.0in touchscreen with Apple CarPlaya and Android Auto. This is the pick for private buyers looking for a PCP finance deal. SE Technology is better value because it’s the same price and better equipped, but only comes with a limited range of diesel engines and not on PCP finance.
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Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

39.8-72.4 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

101-160 g/km

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1760 litres

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