The entry-level Take Up model isn’t blessed with much standard equipment – even air conditioning isn’t on the list (it can’t be added as an optional extra, either). Move Up trim gets you air-con, as well as electric front windows, remote central locking, a full-size spare wheel, split-folding rear seats and a height-adjustable boot floor. Both trims are available only with the 59bhp engine.
Our favourite is High Up trim, which is offered with the 74bhp and 89bhp engines only and comes with a much more impressive kit list. This includes the more sophisticated 5.0in infotainment system (see infotainment section), 15in alloy wheels, heated front seats, electrically adjustable heated door mirrors, a leather steering wheel and gearlever, and front foglights.
The Up Beats is a separate trim available with all three engines. It's slightly less lavishly equipped than High Up, but if you love your music you won't care about that because it brings a much more powerful sound system. Meanwhile, you don’t get a choice of trim level in the e-Up; however, the sole specification that’s available is based on High Up, so it has more than enough standard equipment.
Meanwhile, the Up GTI is also based on High Up but adds loads of bespoke styling touches and front sports seats.