The least expensive version, the Ambiente, rolls on 15-inch steel wheels with plastic trim. Pay more for the Trend and you get lighter, better looking wheels made from an alloy of aluminium, and a set of foglights.
A further step up to the Sport brings the smaller but more sophisticated engine, and bigger, 16-inch alloy wheels. Other touches include partial leather trim, scuff plates in the door sills, clever ambient lighting in the cabin after dark, a better stereo and some chrome highlights around the windows.
An extra cost option pack available only for the Sport brings climate control (set-and-forget temperature control for the cabin), rain-sensing wipers, headlights that switch on automatically when it gets dark, a perimeter alarm and keyless start.
For disc brakes on each wheel, you need to pony up for the sportier ST model. That also gets you torque vectoring, where a computer sends more power to the wheel with most grip, for better cornering. Frankly, it’s the only model that needs this feature. There is a reversing camera, and satellite navigation. Other ST gear includes 17-inch wheels with wider and lower profile tyres, which improve grip and steering response, and sports front seats that really hold you tight. Puddle lights illuminate the ground you’re about to step onto as you leave the car.