The $26,340 Latitude gets push-button start, satellite radio, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel as standard – plus 17-inch aluminum wheels and upgraded cloth upholstery with faux leather inserts. The six-speed automatic is also standard on front-wheel-drive models. All-wheel-drive versions are again offered with the manual transmission or optional nine-speed automatic.
The Popular Equipment Group ($995) throws in a power driver seat, remote start, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and the driver information display. For $895, the Safety and Security Group provides rear parking sensors, automatic wipers, a vehicle alarm, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert. With those features in place, buyers can add the Advanced Safety Group ($795) with adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking. Bi-xenon headlights and LED taillights come in the $695 Premium Lighting Group. The Cold Weather Group continues as an option.
There are two subtrims in the Latitude line. The Sun & Wheel (front-wheel drive only) carries a panoramic sunroof and 17-inch polished aluminum wheels with granite-painted pockets for $27,135. The Popular Equipment Group is the only optional package available. The Altitude ($27,760) features a gloss-black roof and 18-inch black wheels, plus matching black trim throughout. All regular Latitude options are available on the Altitude.