Design trim kicks off the range and gets a decent amount of kit. This includes auto lights, keyless start, electric front and rear windows, air-con, cruise control, a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system with DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as a multi-function steering wheel.
However, whether you are a private buyer or a company car driver, Tech Line Nav makes the most sense. Along with the above, this trim adds a larger infotainment screen with in-built sat-nav, privacy glass, dual-zone climate control, automatic wipers and driver’s adjustable lumbar support.
Top-end trims, including GSI Nav and Elite Nav, add more luxuries such as adaptive LED headlights, leather seats (heated up front) and a Bose stereo.
Meanwhile, the more rugged Country Tourer is a distinct model that, along with a similarly high standard of equipment to the Elite Nav and GSI Nav trims, also has four-wheel drive, a raised ride height, a black plastic bumper and wheel arch extensions.