The new SEAT Arona – part of the new SUV generation to join the SEAT range.
The new Arona – the latest SUV to join the SEAT range will be open for ordering in early October.
Arona; the smallest SUV in the increasing SUV range, will sit alongside the mid-sized Ateca that went on sale in 2016, followed by a larger model due to join the line up in 2018.
Combining the advantages of a smaller car in the city with crossover attributes once out of urban areas.
Elegant, spacious, practical and comfortable for the work commute, yet adventurous, robust, sporty and efficient at the weekend.
The new addition to the SEAT family demonstrates safety and connectivity technology that is only seen in higher market segments.
The Arona is the first SEAT model in the compact crossover segment, which has increased fourfold since 2015. Because of its compact size and the sensations of safety and control offered by its high driving position and modern design, it is perfect for everyday city driving as well as fun adventures.
Not being out done by the larger models in the market the Arona boasts an array of technology such as:
KESSY(keyless entry and go)
Blind Spot Detection
Adaptive Cruise Control
Hill Hold Control
Tiredness recognition system
Auto lights & wipers
8 inch black panel touchscreen
connectivity hub with wireless phone charger
With optional rear traffic alert, blind spot detection and park assistance system, which works for both parallel and angled parking.
Measuring 4138mm long; which is 79mm more than the new Ibiza and 99mm taller. As a result the Arona offers not only higher ground clearance for those off-road adventures, but also more front and rear headroom, and above all a larger boot. The boot boasts a 400 litre capacity.
Another important feature is the seat cushion, which is 52mm higher which adds a dual advantage, firstly a higher driving position for an impressive view of the road ahead and secondly it makes it much easier to get in and out of the car. The passenger seats are also 62mm higher, while headroom is 37mm greater in the front and 33mm in the rear.
The suspension has been increased by 15mm and the windscreen is slightly more vertical than the Ibiza for an even roomier interior.
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SEAT will also add a third SUV to the range in2018, which will join the popular Ateca and the new Arona.
The new model will include a five and seven seat option.