Back in the days, the SUV class was just plainly SUV. Nothing like small or large SUVs. However, things are gradually changing and there is now more segmentation.
The SEAT Arona fits perfectly into the small SUV class. It is a well-rounded small SUV, with refined engines and generous standard equipment, even though it lacks the thrills that would entice an ambitious sporty driver.
The Arona is built on a similar mold as the SEAT Ibiza supermini. However, it is quite imposing from the outside owing to the redefined ride height, more muscular body trim, and black aesthetic roof rails.
To be honest, the Arona isn’t a true off-roader but it still handles fair all-weather roads with elegance. On the standard, the Arona has steel wheels, but this changes in the SE and XCELLENCE trims as they ride on 16-inch alloy wheels.
They also inhale more exterior upgrades. You can customize the Arona with a choice of 10 different beautiful color schemes as well as three contrasting roof colors.
The growing competition in the small SUV class has seen manufacturers bring around enviable ideas and competitive packaging. The Arona goes head to head with the Nissan Juke but still outwits the Juke with a little more space.
With a wide range of trims including SE, then SE Technology, SE Technology Lux, FR, FR Sport, Xcellence and Xcellence Lux, there is something for everyone.
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