Grand Touring Reserve specification adds nicer alloy wheels, ventilated front seats, and heated rear outboard seats. Both front seats are power-adjustable. The driver gets eight-way power adjustment with memory settings, while the passenger gets a six-way power seat, changes that help to make this a better all-around family vehicle. The driver also gets a color head-up display, which is nice if you feel like driving enthusiastically as there’s no need to take your eyes off the road. The Grand Touring Reserve used to be our pick of the bunch, so if you don’t like the color combination of the Carbon Edition, this is the one to go for.