2023 Seat Arona

November 22nd, 2021 | 0 Comments | SEAT

The 2023 Seat Arona is a subcompact crossover SUV by SEAT. The 2023 Seat Arona is the smallest crossover SUV offered by the Spanish model. Seat Arona is based on the Seat Ibiza small hatchback and gets its name from the small municipality of Tenerife, small SUV is almost the same size as the Ford Puma and Volkswagen T-Roc but is shorter than the Skoda Kamiq.

2023 Seat Arona Facelift

2023 Seat Arona Facelift

The SEAT Arona look is mid-road, too, and the 2021 updates do little to change that. Its sharp design puts it somewhere between the functional, unpretentious Skoda Kamiq and the Nissan Juke that looks like a whole in the SUV spectrum. However, new daytime running lights and LED headlights have been added. Thankfully, much has been done to improve the wardrobe, which was dark and struggling in the outgoing version. There is a new color dot with new bright colors of the air space around ambient light and a dash design that looks like a posher.

2023 Seat Arona : Interior

The 2023 Arona cabinet comes with an amazing range of standard kits, especially for mid-range models, some look and feel great on the inside. The dash design has been updated with central air ducts and touch screen infotainment areas, allowing the screen to be elevated in the driver’s view. Dash items are great for eyes and touch, and, while the new design of the steering wheel, ambient light, and air-colored surroundings do a decent job of lifting objects. The design still makes sense, as Arona continues to find a separate climate control panel under the big screen which makes it much easier to adjust the temperature and cooling when you go through all the hidden menus on the screen menus.

Seat Arona 2023

Seat Arona 2023

2023 Seat Arona Interior

2023 Seat Arona Interior

The Seat 2023 Arona, the first phase comes with an 8.25in touchscreen infotainment system that is bright and responsive. Unlike the Arona of pre-2021, making a mirror on a smartphone is common throughout the range, with Android Auto Wireless and Apple CarPlay. DAB digital and Bluetooth radio, of course. Models over the SE spec get a large 9.2-inch screen that comes with a sat-nav. The maps are colorful and the system is easy to use, but large screens are not easy to operate when navigating without body shortcuts, there are some sensitive sensors at the bottom left of the screen, which is to extends access to the driver. At least there are steering wheel controls that allow you to easily change volume and media while on the go.

SEAT does not have a very large boot, and all the rear seats. There is plenty of space for the many needs of a small family, however, and that is more than you can say in most other SUVs for kids. Arona really illustrates how strong the range of car manufacturers is these days. Head and shoulder space is great behind Arona, but riders may complain about the leg and knee room. SEAT offers more space than most superminis, but there are a few active touches that make it different. The total is 400 liters, rising to 823 liters if you lower both sides of the 60/40 rear seat. Arona’s is a little more than just a small SUV pack in this, though, because it features the same as the Hyundai Kona and the Nissan Juke.

2023 Seat Arona : Engine

The Seat Arona engine range starts with 94bhp 1.0 TSI EVO 95. The 1.0 TSI 110 delivers 108bhp, pulls better on low revs, and feels more energetic in all conditions. The range is 148bhp 1.5 TSI Evo 150. Its additional power helps to deliver faster than any of the 1.0-liter units. SEAT says the 1.0-liter 94bhp version should have a torque of 52.3mpg on the combined cycle, while the 108bhp variant returns 53.3mpg with a six-speed manual and 47.9mpg form when paired with an automatic DSG gearbox seven.

2023 Seat Arona : Safety

All 2023 Arona comes with automatic emergency braking and tire pressure monitoring as you upgrade to the Xperience trim to get instant monitoring and traffic flow warning. Like many competitors, Arona was awarded a five-star rating during a safety test by Euro NCAP. The new SEAT Arona is attached with a series of new driver assistance systems, making the car safer than ever. Building on the breadth of existing programs such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Assist, and Fatigue Recognition, this refurbished car incorporates state-of-the-art driver assistance programs.

The Mobility Assist system provides automatic steering throughout the speed range, ensuring that the vehicle maintains speed as it shifts traffic. Add to that Lane Assist, which keeps the car focused on the lane, as well as Traffic Sign Recognition so that the car stays aware of the speed limit on any road lane, and the SEAT Arona becomes the safest car on the road. High Beam guide has also been included in the SEAT Arona list of advanced technologies. When daylight starts to fail, the system detects cars in front of Arona, switching light between beams up and down as needed. Lastly, 2023 Seat Arona also has Parking Assist, which easily parks the driver’s car.

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