The Hybrid 140 model goes without the base 'Essential' trim level of the standard Jogger model, so comes only in mid-level 'Expression' and top 'Extreme SE' forms, priced respectively from launch at either £22,595 or £23,395. To give you some perspective, that's about £4,000 above the un-electrified manual gearbox 1.0-litre TCe 110 variant.
Both versions get the brand's clever modular roof bars. And front and rear skid plates, plus 75% tinted rear windows, rear parking sensors, a rear view camera and keyless entry. Inside with both models, you're treated to automatic air conditioning, a 7-inch digital instrument cluster and cruise control with a speed limiter.
Infotainment's taken care of by an 8-inch central Media Display screen with a 4-speaker DAB audio system, plus 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. There's a reasonably complete safety tally that includes an Automatic Emergency Braking System, a Blind Spot Warning set-up and six airbags with an emergency call system linked to them. The top 'Extreme SE' version adds 16-inch black alloy wheels, heated front seats, second row fold-out trays, a boot tray, an upgraded 6-speaker audio system and some visual embellishments.