You get quite a few more conveniences if you move up to the 2.0 S or 2.0 SR trim—like a center console, keyless entry, and a trip computer, while the high-end 2.0 SL adds leather and Bluetooth—but both of these models are considerably more expensive and can only be had with the CVT.
At the top of the range, the SE-R gets a sport-tuned suspension, big 17-inch alloy wheels, special badging, sport seats, and a number of other extras. The Spec V takes the performance package another step, with extra bracing, upgraded brakes, summer performance tires, driving lamps, and exclusive lower bodywork.
The audio system offered on both top models includes a color display screen with USB interface. Top desirables include Rockford Fosgate audio system, and a navigation system with five-inch screen, SD card reader, and XM Satellite Radio. Intelligent Key keyless entry and start is among other extras, and full leather seating is available on the SE-R models.