Alongside its very attractive starting price of under $30k, the entry-level LXS also comes with a pretty appealing list of standard features. While it only gets cloth upholstery, it does get a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter. It also gets loads of standard safety features like blind-spot monitoring, forward collision avoidance, a rearview camera, and rear cross-traffic alert. It doesn’t get LED headlights, sadly, but it does get fog lights and LED daytime running lights. The eight-inch touchscreen supports full smartphone integration, with all audio channeled through a six-speaker sound system.