All models get a digital radio and a 6.5in colour touchscreen system with a USB input and Bluetooth handsfree and audio streaming. The system’s straightforward menus are easy to navigate (helped by shortcut buttons at either side of the display), the screen responds quickly to your touch and the graphics quality is good. It can be a bit tricky to hit some of the smaller icons, but this is still one of the most user-friendly touchscreen systems out there, albeit not as easy to use as the rotary dial-controlled systems in Audi and BMW rivals.
An 8.0in touchscreen is optional, and it looks brilliant, although it does cost a fair bit extra, even on top-end models.
Sat-nav is a pricey extra on S and SE versions, although it is standard on the other trim levels. Voice control is a fairly cheap option across the range.