The Volkswagen Golf range has a new trim level, with the SE Golf being replaced with a better-equipped Match model.
Although it's sticker price is £300 more than the SE, with prices starting at £17,730, VW says the Match comes with £1600 worth of added equipment.
This includes a different design of alloy wheel, leather multi-function steering wheel, digital radio, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity, front and rear parking sensors and a touchscreen stereo system with six-CD changer.
That's in addition to all of the features that were standard on the SE car including air conditioning, alarm, cruise control, seven airbags and stability control.
Buyers can choose from 121bhp 1.4-litre petrol, 104bhp 1.6-litre diesel or 138bhp 2.0-litre diesel engines.