Renault Arkana Lease Deals
Renault Arkana Top Features
Efficient hybrid and mild-hybrid options.
Good blend of style, practicality and affordability.
Extensive array of standard equipment.
Why Lease A Renault Arkana?
Benefits Of A Renault ArkanaThe Arkana is a good option if you want a practical and sensible SUV that’s just that bit more interesting than conventionally styled alternatives. It’s also less expensive than more premium options, both to lease and to run, making it even more appealing.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
One of the strong points of the Arkana is its practicality. Although it doesn’t have a conventional 2-box design, which affords a lot of headroom front and rear, it still has a spacious and comfortable cabin. There’s room enough in the back for 2 adults, although the lower roofline does mean there’s a little less headroom in the back than you might expect.
There’s also good news when it comes to the boot. The Renault serves up a minimum of 480 litres – a Kia XCeed, by comparison, has a 426-litre boot. Go for the mild hybrid, which doesn’t have a large battery in the rear, and the available space rises to 513 litres. There are also lots of useful storage points in the cabin, so there’s no shortage of places to stash stuff.
The Renault Arkana won’t cost you much to run. Its emissions are low, especially if you go for the hybrid, and its fuel consumption is also good. The basic mild hybrid, which can capture wasted energy and assist the petrol engine, is claimed to average up to 48.7mpg. Go for the hybrid, which features a larger dedicated battery and electric motors for more efficient operation and substantial electric assistance, and you could get up to 57.6mpg.
Renault also includes a generous 5-year/100,000-mile warranty as standard, and the brand has a pretty decent reputation for reliability. There’s also an array of service plans, which will further make it easy to keep bills predictable.
Renault Arkana Models Available
Renault Arkana Trim Levels
The Renault Arkana Vs Competitors
If straight-line acceleration is what you’re after, you’ll want to go for the mild-hybrid Arkana. It’s claimed to accelerate from 0-62mph in 9.8 seconds, which is a second quicker than the full hybrid.
The E-Tech hybrid model of the Arkana has the highest claimed fuel economy. Renault claims that it can average up to 57.6mpg, on the more realistic WLTP test cycle, compared to the 48.7mpg of the TCe mild hybrid.
The Arkana comes with a 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system as standard, which has Bluetooth connectivity, and is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A DAB radio tuner is also standard.
No. The Arkana is only available in hybrid or mild-hybrid specification, both of which use petrol engines. Both are automatic, too, and front-wheel drive.
The boot in the hybrid offers up a decent 480 litres of storage space. Go for the mild hybrid, which doesn’t have a battery under the boot floor, and the space on offer rises to 513 litres. The rear seats can be folded down in either, though, for more room.
Yes. Even the entry-level model comes with front and rear parking sensors, as well as a rear-view camera. Parking, as a result, should be straightforward.
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