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SEAT Arona Leasing

The SEAT Arona is a nice example of what’s become a familiar formula in the car industry: take a popular hatchback model – in this case, the long-serving SEAT Ibiza – raise it up a bit and give it some off-road styling cues, but retain the accessible leasing and running costs that made the original a success. That’s the Arona in a nutshell. It’s practical, good-looking and inexpensive to run, with a dash of Spanish flair added to the mix for good measure.
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Top 3 Features

This is the crossover SUV version of the supermini.

1 of the best looking amongst the current crop of small SUVs.

Strong range of petrol engines to pick from.

  • The Arona is about as practical as it possibly could be for a car of its size, with a large boot opening, square body shape and plenty of interior storage earning it points in this regard.

    Both in the front and the back, the Arona’s square shape pays dividends when it comes to interior space. While rear-seat passengers can often feel squashed in smaller cars like this, there should be no complaints in the Arona, which offers almost as much headroom for those in the back as it does for those up front.

    The boot is conveniently shaped and easy to load items into. And in offering 400 litres of space, its capacity falls somewhere in the middle of the small SUV pack – the Ford Puma and Citroen C3 Aircross hold more, while the Hyundai Kona and Nissan Juke hold less.

  • While the lack of diesel or hybrid engine options means the Arona can’t be considered the champion of its class as far as running costs go, its modern turbocharged petrol engines are nonetheless efficient. The 1.0-litre version manages around 50mpg – or a little less with an automatic gearbox – while even the punchy 1.5-litre should easily exceed 40mpg in everyday driving.

Models Available

Arona SUV 

The Arona is only available as an SUV-style crossover, which is effectively a slightly more practical, raised-up version of a typical 5-door hatchback like the SEAT Ibiza.

High Performance Models 

There’s no high-performance version of the Arona available to lease, but the FR Sport paired with the 1.5-litre TSI petrol engine will provide pace and sporty looks, and is therefore the closest thing to an Arona ‘hot hatch’ there is.

Trim Levels

SE SE Technology FR FR Sport Xcellence Xcellence LuxA total of 6 basic trim levels, plus the occasional special edition, means there’s a lot of choice for those looking to lease a SEAT Arona. Entry-level SE guise may be plenty for many people, though, coming as it does with 17-inch alloys, power-adjustable door mirrors, a 6.5-inch colour touchscreen, smartphone integration, a leather steering wheel, cruise control, air-conditioning and electric windows all round.

The SEAT Arona Vs Competitors

The SEAT Arona faces a huge range of small SUV competitors, including in-house rivals from the Volkswagen Group in the Skoda Kamiq and the Volkswagen T-Cross, as well as the likes of the Kia Stonic, Hyundai Kona, Toyota Yaris Cross, Citroen C3 Aircross, Peugeot E-2008, MG ZS, Renault Captur and Vauxhall Mokka. It’s fair to say that the Arona’s combination of decent road manners, stylish looks and good practicality means it can hold its head up high in this company.
  • Parts used in the SEAT Arona are also employed in several other models from VW Group brands, including Volkswagen itself, Skoda and Audi, so build quality is very solid.

  • The SEAT Arona has an official boot capacity of 400 litres with all seats in place. SEAT doesn’t give an official ‘seats down’ number, but dropping those seats effectively turns the car into a mini-van, so it’s quite a lot.

  • The regular trim-level range runs from SE to SE Technology, FR, FR Sport, Xcellence and Xcellence Lux. SEAT occasionally offers special editions with some extra kit, too, such as the FR Sport Red Edition.

  • The entry-level SE doesn’t have parking sensors. To get rear sensors, you need to lease at least the SE Technology spec, while for all-round sensors, you have to go for the range-topping Xcellence Lux.

  • The SEAT Arona is mechanically very similar to the Skoda Kamiq and the Volkswagen T-Cross, but has a more stylish and youthful character than either of those models. It can also be slightly more affordable to lease, depending on what deal you choose.

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