Three engines are available in the new wagon: an inline five-cylinder 2.5L petrol engine rated at 170hp and 177lb-ft of torque, a 2.0L four-cylinder petrol unit good for 200hp and 207lb-ft of torque and a 2.0L turbodiesel turning out 140hp and 236lb-ft of torque. The five-cylinder engine lies at the heart of the S and SE models, while the SEL gets the sporty four-cylinder and the TDI gets the diesel.
Interior and exterior features are at their most basic on the S, though it still includes standard roof railings, tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and air conditioning. The SE adds satellite radio, chrome accents and standard 16-inch alloy wheels among other options. The SEL finishes the transition to near-luxury with dual-zone climate control, 17-inch alloys and leather seats. The TDI trim is a mix of the SEL and SE, with leatherette or plastic replacing all of the leather, a downgraded sound system, 16-inch alloy wheels, standard air conditioning and the removal of power seats being the primary differences.
Source: Motor Authority