The GT-Line is the middle rung on the 5008 ladder, sitting above the Allure and below the GT in the seven-seat SUV line-up.

It will set you back $46,990, but builds on the Allure's specification - 18-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, auto headlights, keyless entry, 'man-made leather' seats, dual-zone climate - with an auto-opening boot that can be activated by swiping your foot underneath it, a leather steering wheel, chrome exhaust tips and some GT-Line styling touches like special floor mats and a reshaped front bumper. 

Tech is covered by an 8.0-inch central touchscreen with navigation and DAB, along with wireless charging for your Android phone (iPhones require a special case). 

It's powered by a turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine good for 121kW at 6000rpm and 240Nm at 1400rpm. It sends its power to the front wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission.

Like every 5008, the GT-Line arrives with six airbags (including curtain airbags that cover both the second and third rows), a 360-degree parking camera with front and rear parking sensors, AEB, lane-departure warning, speed-sign recognition, adaptive cruise control and park assist, along with the usual suite of traction and braking aids and three ISOFIX attachment points