Entry-level S trim gets a reasonably generous amount of standard equipment, with that touch-screen infotainment system, electric windows, manual air-conditioning and Bluetooth. However, we reckon it’s worth forking out the extra for SE, which brings the upgraded touchscreen, chrome styling flourishes, some practical touches in the boot, rear parking sensors, cruise control and dual-zone climate control.
Further up the range, SE L adds leather upholstery, bi-xenon lights and heated front seats, while Laurin & Klement – available only in ‘Outdoor’ spec – brings a panoramic sunroof, a heated windscreen and satellite navigation. These are expensive editions, though, so it’s hard to justify the extra cost.
‘Outdoor’ editions – available on S, SE, SE L and Laurin & Klement – get steeper approach and departure angles to help with off-roading, as well as more chunky styling and different alloy wheel designs.