Entry-level S trim isn’t lavishly equipped but does come with trinkets including air conditioning, four electric windows, height-adjustable front seats, a front centre armrest, a DAB radio, Bluetooth and an 8.0in colour touchscreen. You have to put up with wheel trims instead of alloy wheels, though.
SE looks rather more appealing. This adds 16in alloy wheels, front-seat lumbar adjustment, a rear-seat armrest, a ski hatch and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. And it adds other gadgets, such as Apple CarPlay, MirrorLink and Android Auto smartphone mirroring, automatic lights and wipers, front and rear parking sensors, power-folding door mirrors and adaptive cruise control.
However, we’d suggest climbing the next rung up and going to SE Nav. It has everything that SE has but, as the name suggests, brings sat-nav as well as extra online features. And the additional cost should be mitigated by better resale values.
GT is the first of the sportier offerings, adding 17in alloy wheels, sports suspension, sports seats and a performance monitor that includes a lap timer and G-meter. Other additions are privacy glass and interior ambient lighting.
The hotter GTD, GTD Blueline and R models all feature LED headlights, heated front seats, dual-zone climate control and a 12.3in digital screen in place of analogue instruments; this displays lots of useful information, including full-screen sat-nav maps. You also get sportier styling touches that hint at these models’ extra performance.
The off-road Alltrack model gets four-wheel drive as standard, plus a rugged exterior look, raised suspension, 17in alloy wheels and part-Alcantara sports seats.
You don’t need to add many options, but it's worth forking out for parking sensors on S trim and metallic paint on all models.