Prices are subtraction of the £2,500 government grant sit in the £30,500 to £32,500 bracket and the trim levels on offer are familiar Vauxhall ones, 'SE Nav Premium', 'SRi Nav Premium' and 'Elite Nav Premium'. For reference, you're looking at needing to find a premium of around £6,000 for one of these over an equivalently specified 1.2-litre 130PS automatic petrol model.
Even base 'SE Nav Premium' spec gets you 16-inch silver alloy wheels, LED headlights with high beam assist, LED tail lights and auto headlamps and wipers. Inside, through the flat bottomed leather-covered steering wheel, you view a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, plus there's an automatic anti-dazzle rear-view mirror and electronic climate control. You also get rear parking distance sensors, a Panoramic rear-view camera and an ultrasonic security alarm system.
Infotainment is taken care of by a Multimedia Navi system with a 7-inch screen incorporating satellite navigation, a 6-speaker DAB audio system, Bluetooth audio streaming and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration. Make the step up to 'SRi Nav Premium' trim and you get larger 18-inch wheels, a contrast-coloured roof and bigger screens - 12-inches for the instrument cluster and 10 inches for the centre dash monitor.
Safety kit fitted as standard across the range includes Forward collision alert, Automatic emergency city braking, Driver drowsiness alert, Speed sign recognition and Lane departure warning with lane keep assist. There's also cruise control with speed limiter.