The most basic trim offers everything you need in an SUV. Only the most advanced safety features are offered as optional extras, but the standard safety kit should suffice if you don’t have the extra cash. In our opinion, this is the best trim to start with. With more driver-assistance features now standard, as well as luxuries such as heated seats front and rear, navigation, and wireless charging, the Sprint no longer feels like the poor man’s Stelvio. Just note that what you see is mostly what you get, because it offers no packages, just a few standalone options.