Even entry-level SE models get the basics, such as an FM radio with six speakers, along with Bluetooth and MP3 compatibility. You’ll have to make do with a small LCD screen, though, which can be fiddly to use. Standard steering wheel-mounted audio controls cover the basic functions when on the move.
Move up a grade to EX trim, and you get a 7.0in colour touchscreen in the centre of the dash. It’s a very usable system and, while the graphics might not be quite as good as the Soul’s, the menus are easy to understand and it processes your commands promptly.
The top-level ELX version uses the same touchscreen system, with the added bonus of an inbuilt sat-nav developed by Tom Tom.
Two 12V sockets, as well as a USB and aux-in connector are standard on all models. These sit just ahead of the gearlever, within the reach of the front seat occupants. An HDMI port is included on top ELX models.
Unlike the Tivoli’s rivals, a DAB radio is not even an option.