Front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive is available for most of the trims.
The engine delivers immediate acceleration when using the S and M driving modes.
The handling is agile and the steering is responsive and weighted appropriately.
The brakes have a linear stopping force and controlling them with the firm pedal is easy.
Advanced safety and driver aids are available for the base trim.
The lower ride height means there is no significant height difference to overcome.
The seats are still comfortable even in long drives.
The front seats have a well-shaped lateral support.
The leather upholstery has a good fit and finish.
The interior looks and feels premium with its organization and well-built parts.
External noise does not affect the interior ambiance even at highway speeds.
All-wheel drive is not available for the base Pure trim and the most expensive Sport trim.
The transmission is hesitant when not using the sporty driving modes.
Feedback from the pavement can be improved despite being a smaller SUV.
Additional advanced safety and driver aids are only available in higher trim levels.
The sunroof and bigger wheels only become available starting with the Essential trim.
The low roofline requires ducking the head and may feel like contorting just to get inside.
The second row has limited legroom and the headroom is reduced when opting for the sunroof.
The rear seats are flat and aren’t as supportive as the front seats.