Along with intelligent four-wheel-drive, Zetec trim gives you 19-inch alloy wheels, DAB radio and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as automatic lights and wipers, a reversing camera, dual-zone climate control, rear privacy glass, SYNC 2 infotainment system and a Quickclear windscreen. As a consequence, it’s highly debatable whether it's worth upping the spec beyond this point. If you do step up to Titanium, you get sat-nav, acoustic side glass, a powered tailgate, heated front seats, illuminated scuff plates and a 220v power socket in the centre console. Go for a top-of-the-range Sport model, and you get black 20-inch alloys, an uprated stereo and sat-nav system, adaptive steering, firmer sports suspension and smoked black exterior embellishments. The Titanium definitely feels like a step up - but the Sport model (while it looks great) doesn't feel like it's worth the money.