Up by $750 across the range. The cheapest 2.0 is now the hardtop folding roof derivative, which costs $39,400. The more popular higher-spec GT variants start from $41,960 for the soft-top while the RF is an extra $4000.
Smart City Brake Support works from 4-80km/h and 2-8km/h in reverse. Cameras scan and provide a constant speed limit reminder in the instruments, plus a rear-view camera. Upgrades to enable smartphone mirroring will be available at the end of the year.
The 2.0-litre gets an extra 17kW/5Nm thanks to changes to exhaust, throttle valves and internals. The 1.5-litre gains 1kW/2Nm.
Improved throttle response throughout the rev range, a handy foil to the previous suspension updates.
On RFs, 16 and 17-inch wheels change to black metallic to match the door mirrors. Topspec GT RF models get 17-inch bright silver alloys.
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