The Sat Nav is slow and out of date so I tend to use Google Maps on my phone.
Having only towed a few times with this car and having no previous experience I'm probably not the right person to judge. All I can say is that the car towed our 1200Kg van without any problems or dramas and within 20 or so miles of towing I felt quite a ease.<br /><br />The car has both cruise control and speed limiter so I generally use either one to ensure I stay within the 60MPH limit.
The car is great to drive, it has a 2.0 Litre diesel engine which puts out 163BHP, the tiptronic gearbox is a pleasure to use and very flexible as you can manually change gears when you want. <br /><br />Stay clear of the 1.6 model with electronic gearbox as it's awful.
Towbar fitting can be expensive (£500+) because the electrics are complicated and need a software update and the fitter will recommend a detachable so it doesn't interfere with the reversing sensors.<br /><br />I opted for a 13 pin socket with an adapter to go to 2 x 7pin sockets because I'm assuming one day we'll buy a caravan fitted with the newer 13 pin plug and the adapter will no longer be required.<br /><br />Also, if I were buying this car again I would choose the 6 speed manual gearbox as that has a towing limit of 1790KG whereas the auto is only 1475KG.
The keyless entry is great but the electronic hand brake takes a little getting used to. The boot space is very big and if you put the seats down it's massive.
We bought the car privately from an elderly couple who were great and had looked after the car very well.
The car is a pleasure to drive and has a ton of gadgets and features.