AT A GLANCE

Herald Sun - Motoring - - ROAD TEST -

WHAT IT’S GOT

Seven airbags, sta­bil­ity con­trol, all-wheel drive, au­to­mated emer­gency brak­ing, Data Dot iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, leather-faced seat up­hol­stery, dual-zone air­con, sun­roof, key­less en­try, 18-inch al­loys, swiv­el­ling LED head­lights, eight-inch touch­screen, navigation, Blue­tooth, voice con­trol, Ap­ple CarPlay, An­droid Auto com­pat­i­bil­ity, tyre pres­sure mon­i­tor­ing, temp spare.

WHAT IT HASN’T

Dig­i­tal ra­dio, rear seat vents or 12-volt out­let.

OWN­ER­SHIP

Ser­vic­ing costs $1298 over 3 years/37,500km, with in­ter­vals of 12 months/12,500km.

WHAT WE LIKED

Sharp pric­ing. Well equipped. Spa­cious, com­fort­able cabin. Class-lead­ing safety spec, es­pe­cially driver as­sist tech. Light, strong and well-bal­anced, with pre­cise steer­ing, ag­ile, re­spon­sive han­dling and a smooth, quiet ride. Low en­gine, wind and road noise lev­els.

WHAT WE DIDN’T

En­gine has noth­ing be­low 4000rpm. Slug­gish ac­cel­er­a­tion from any speed. Thirsty in town. Un­re­spon­sive CVT. Too many screens and too many dif­fer­ent ways to use them. Voice con­trol usu­ally doesn’t work. Small boot.

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