The Sport is the only model in the lineup shipped as standard with a six-speed manual gearbox, which may be the deciding factor for some; the CVT can still be specced, however, and includes a set of steering-mounted paddle shifters. Other reasons for opting for the Sport over the LX include its significantly upgraded infotainment system with a seven-inch high-res touchscreen display at the center of the dash tethered to an eight-speaker audio system. The infotainment system is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well, making this another highlight of the still-affordable model. Other upgrades include a multi-angle rearview camera with dynamic guidelines, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, push-button start, and 60/40 split-folding rear seats.
Wheels: 18" Black Alloy, Interior Trim (Black/Blue/Green/Red), Lower Door Trim (Red/Green/Blue/Black/Chrome) (DIO)
Blue Illuminated Door Sill Trim, Blue Armrest Illumination, Blue Interior Illumination, Blue Console Illuminations, Armrest for Illumination Kit (DIO)
Interior Trim (Black/Blue/Green/Red), Red Instrument Panel, Green Instrument Panel, Grille Accent (Green/Red/Blue), Rally Red Grille Accent, Rally Red Lower Door Trim, Green 18" Wheel Decal, 18" Black Alloy Wheel Decal (Blue/Green/Red), Wheels: 18" Black Alloy, Red 18" Wheel Decal, Lower Door Trim (Red/Green/Blue/Black/Chrome), Energy Green Lower Door Trim (DIO)
Red Armrest Illumination, Red Illuminated Door Sill Trim, Armrest for Illumination Kit, Red Console Illuminations, Red Interior Illumination (DIO)