Hope this doesn't come too late!
I also have a 2.2 ES, really happy with it except for a few small things that I didn't think about before buying;
Rear parking sensors
(I didn't value them when I was looking, I have a rear camera which is better given the choice but it's not good when it's wet and dark because the lights tend to overexpose and if you forget to wipe the dirt/cobwebs off its a bit redundant.
the MY13 models (mine is an MY12) allows you to change the displayed Range/MPG etc whilst driving, mine doesn't and I don't have DAB Radio
We have a dog and the hairs get stuck in the cloth seats, they are very good compared to Vauxhall/Ford cloth ones but leather would be wipe clean
The observant among you may notice that this list is the same as I have posted elsewhere on this forum but I wasn't sure how to link to another post. On the switching modes on the iMid, I don't do it often but only ever think about it when I'm moving
. I have heard people say that DAB isn't very good quality anyway & the stations I want to listen to are on DAB+ now.
Phone compatibility is very dependant on the phone you use. USB connectivity is V. good if you have an iPhone as this supports good old fashioned mass storage so the iMid/audio can get all your meta data (Track, artist, album art etc) you can use any playlist you have stored on the iPhone, you can even select the music via the phone or using Siri. Unfortunately later models of Andriod don't support Mass Storage so Bluetooth or 3.5mm jack (headphone output) are the only connection options but these do not
supply meta data and only Bluetooth allows skipping tracks.
I use my iPhone connecting to the USB AND
Bluetooth but with the USB connection selected on the ICE unit, as this is independent of the volume level of the phone, provides meta data, and if I select a play list via the ICE unit when playing a track I can go up one level to the full list of tracks and select any one I want.
Hope this helps