The new SEAT Arona revamps the compact SUV segment with a more rugged exterior design and a revolutionised interior look, building on the incredible success of one of the brand’s key pillars since its introduction in 2017. The updated exterior look is matched with a revolutionary interior change that delivers a modern, digital approach making the SEAT Arona not only a more comfortable vehicle to drive but also ready to be a more complete part of the digital world. And with a choice of four trim levels: Reference, Style, Xperience and FR, the range will more closely fit the personality of whoever jumps in the driving seat. The small SUV integrates larger floating-screen infotainment systems that, thanks to SEAT CONNECT, wireless access to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as voice recognition, provide an immersive, connected user experience.
SEAT’s design and engineering teams have completely updated the urban SUV’s character to give it an even stronger off-road aesthetic, making it feel even more robust and safer, even when tackling the most challenging of urban environments. And with a cabin that includes new materials and highlights such as the illuminated air vents, the new SEAT Arona is an even more pleasurable place to spend time, making even the longest journeys enjoyable. Key is the inclusion of Travel Assist that delivers semi-automatic driving across the whole speed range, meaning that no matter what traffic changes occur the vehicle can adapt. Together with systems including Lane Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition, the SEAT Arona becomes one of the safest vehicles in the segment. And those trips are less stressful and safer thanks to the suite of driver assistance and convenience features now included on the urban SUV, building on the foundations that were already in place. The new SEAT Arona is designed, developed and produced in Barcelona, at the brand’s headquarters in Martorell.
The SEAT Arona’s interior is revolutionised, moving things in a new direction. The technical, precise lines and lighter proportions remain to achieve a feeling of spaciousness; the look and feel of the cabin is reimagined to improve perceived quality. Improvements have been made to the fit, finish and quality throughout; one highlight is the completely new soft dashboard, which linked to the new, ergonomic multifunction steering wheel in Nappa (available in Style as an option, and in Xperience and FR trims as standard) deliver an increased level of refinement. New upholstery also gives the interior space a greater level of value. The new floating central infotainment system display is an obvious highlight in this new interior approach. The screen has grown on average by more than 20% compared to its predecessor – the standard screen is now 8.25″, while the optional screen is 9.2″. In addition, its higher position in the cabin – at the driver’s line of sight – improves its ergonomics, making it safer and more practical. Add to this the clear 10.25″ Digital Cockpit and the interior of the new Ibiza is fully digital. The cabin gives a sense of space and comfort.
The SEAT Arona’s exterior design is refreshed and rebalanced to deliver an even greater off-road character, giving it a more robust appearance and a greater perception of safety. The side profile’s aesthetic is enhanced with three new alloy wheel designs; one new 17″ and two 18″ options, all of which enriched by the palette of 10 exterior colours, including three new choices: Dark Camouflage, Asphalt Blue and Sapphire Blue. As customers look to personalise their vehicles to an even greater degree, the SEAT Arona gives a choice of three roof colours too: Midnight Black, Magnetic Tech and the new Candy White. From the front the already distinct, three-dimensional look is enhanced by the hot-stamped grill designs – there’s a slight change for each of the trims available; Reference, Style, Xperience, (replacing Xcellence), and FR, while the front spoiler (in reflex silver or black coulour depending on the trim) emboldens the look.Any v ehicle’s exterior lights are a window into its soul, and the SEAT Arona’s shift to 100% LED headlamps technology as standard.
The new SEAT Arona is available in Reference, Style, Xperience and FR trims that include an enormous breadth of standard features and equipment and can be augmented with a huge range of optional extras. Customers want their cars to represent them, their personality and their approach to life and the new SEAT Arona achieves this with a range of trim levels and options to suit everyone. Reference delivers an 8.25″ (previous version of the Arona: 6.5″) infotainment system with multifunction steering wheel, Bluetooth and four speakers to deliver functionality, usability and audio quality. But the list of standard features also includes a soft dashboard, LED headlamps, handwritten lettering and electric exterior mirrors (standard in EU countries) and door handles in body colour. The range of standard fit equipment expands to include height adjustable driver’s seat, 40/60 split folding rear seats, double floor boot electric windows front and rear, ESC, multi-collision brake and hill hold making Reference trim incredible value.
The new Xperience trim shifts the SEAT Arona’s look, replacing the previous Xcellence aesthetic, embracing a more robust, reliable and safe look for the urban SUV and a range of standard features over both Reference and Style trims. Shifting to the Style trim level adds a six-speaker audio system, air-conditioning, interior chrome inserts, gear selector and handbrake and Style upholstery on the inside. The exterior benefits from 16″ alloys wheels and a front grille frame. Xperience delivers 17″ alloy wheels, a trim-specific doorstep, the front grille with chrome inserts, coloured roof and exterior mirrors, chrome roof rails, black gloss B-pillar and chrome window frames, while inside it adds a Nappa steering wheel and ambient lighting to the footwell, central console and door panels. The new trim also includes rear parking sensors, Climatronic, light and rain sensors, auto dimming interior mirror and KESSY keyless start.
Under the bonnet, the new SEAT Arona will offer five different powertrains: four petrol units (TSI) with outputs ranging from 95PS (70kW) to 150PS (110kW), joined by a 90PS (66kW) CNG unit, linked to either manual or DSG dual-clutch transmissions. All petrol engines are equipped with turbo, direct-injection technology, with three 1.0 EcoTSI options available and a larger 1.5 EcoTSI. The 1.0 TSI 95PS (70kW) unit, linked to a five-speed manual transmission provides 175Nm of torque and delivers emission and fuel efficiency figures of 121-132g/km and 5.3-5.8 litres/100km respectively. The final three-cylinder unit delivers 110PS (81kW)/200Nm and is linked to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed DSG dual-clutch transmission and emit as little as 118-133 (DSG: 132 – 145)g/km using just 5.2-5.9 (DSG: 5.8 – 6.4) litres/100km. But efficiency isn’t achieved to the detriment of performance and enjoyment and the new SEAT Arona is still able to reach 100km/h in as little as 10.6 seconds. The largest option in the range is the four-cylinder 1.5 EcoTSI, linked to a 7-speed DSG gearbox, and featuring ACT (Active Cylinder Technology). With an output of 150PS (110kW)/250Nm, it produces strong performance balanced with efficiency giving the urban SUV a top speed of 210km/h but with CO2 emissions of only 138-150g/km and using just 6.1-6.6 litres/100km based on the WLTP test cycle.
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