High user value, plenty of driving enjoyment and innovative technology – this is the combination that’s making the new SEAT Arona a real hit not only with a young, urban target group. As the Spanish manufacturer’s first ever compact crossover model, it is setting standards in terms of safety and connectivity. For example, among other things the SEAT Arona boasts state-of-the-art driver assistance systems and a great deal of space.
The 4.14-metre-long SEAT Arona combines the advantages of a compact city car with the characteristics of an SUV. The Spanish crossover model’s interior is not only impressively spacious – it also offers passenger comfort in all five seats.
With a boot volume of 400 litres, the SEAT Arona, which is available in five different engine versions, is one of the roomiest vehicles in its class. This is primarily thanks to the flexibility of the new MQB-A0 platform, which is celebrating its Group-wide premiere with SEAT.
The latest addition to the SEAT model family is equipped with a variety of connectivity solutions and driver assistance systems. These include the Front Assist ambient traffic monitoring system which comes as standard with a city emergency brake function and pedestrian detection, the hill start assist and the multi-collision brake.
In conjunction with clever details such as the wireless charger with GSM amplifier for inductive smartphone charging, these assistance systems are seeing to it that the Spanish brand gets off to a perfect start in the compact crossover segment.
SEAT Arona: Fuel consumption in l/100 km combined: 4.1 to 5.1; CO2 emissions in g/km: 106 to 115; CO2 efficiency class A–B.
Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new cars can be found in the ‘Guide on the fuel economy, CO2 emissions and power consumption of all new passenger car models’ available free of charge at all points of sale in Germany and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Strasse 1, 73760 Ostfildern-Scharnhausen, Germany (www.dat.de).
A vehicle’s fuel consumption and CO2 emissions and deviations from the figures stated do not just depend on how efficiently the vehicle uses the fuel and other factors (such as wheel and tyre choice), but are also influenced by driving behaviour and other non-technical factors.