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Black-finished 16-inch alloy wheels add to the sporty appeal.
While high-speed stability is impressive, the stiff suspension allows bumps to filter in at lower speeds.
Dual-tone finish introduced on the AMT-equipped models.
Not much to differentiate the AMT from the standard model - no AMT or variant badges at the rear.
328-litre boot is good enough for a car in this segment.
90hp/200Nm diesel engine unchanged.
SmartPlay infotainment system comes only on the top-spec ZDi+ trim.
Rear seat back rest is slightly upright.
The front seats are comfy and well-cushioned.
The 5-speed AMT gets a creep function along with a manual mode.
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