AT A GLANCE

The Advertiser - Motoring - - ROAD TEST -

WHAT IT’S GOT

Six airbags, sta­bil­ity con­trol, sev­eninch touch­screen, Blue­tooth with au­dio stream­ing, nav­i­ga­tion with SUNA traf­fic in­for­ma­tion, dig­i­tal ra­dio, Ap­ple CarPlay, An­droid Auto, two USB ports, two 12V out­lets, 15-inch al­loy wheels, heated/fold­ing side mir­rors, cruise con­trol, man­ual air­con, tem­po­rary spare.

WHAT IT HASN’T

Au­to­matic emer­gency brak­ing, blind spot mon­i­tor, rear cross traf­fic alert, lane de­par­ture warn­ing, rear air­con vents, seat belt in­di­ca­tors for rear seats.

OWN­ER­SHIP

Ser­vic­ing costs $2441 over seven years/105,000km, with in­ter­vals of 12 months/15,000km.

WHAT WE LIKED

It’s not a tin box. Solidly built, with ex­cel­lent qual­ity and re­li­a­bil­ity. Seven-year/un­lim­ited kilo­me­tres war­ranty. Se­cure han­dling and com­fort­able, con­trolled ride. Spa­cious, stylish cabin with com­fort­able seats. Smooth, quiet high­way cruis­ing.

WHAT WE DIDN’T

Too ex­pen­sive. Can strug­gle in traf­fic — very lit­tle torque and the four-speed auto doesn’t suit it. Slow and not that fru­gal. Over-as­sisted, vague steer­ing at high­way speeds. Nav­i­ga­tion and con­nec­tiv­ity didn’t work as they should in the test car.

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