Stunning SEAT Arona named Best Small SUV

Posted on 29 Jan 2018

Since its launch towards the end of 2017 the New SEAT Arona has been impressing leading industry experts. With a bold design and high-levels of technology, the SEAT Arona has been crowned What Car? Best Small SUV of 2018. Jennings Motor Group takes a look at just what has led to the leading publication granting it the top spot in the competitive category. 

Stunning Seat Arona Named Best Small Suv

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When reviewing the New SEAT Arona What Car? opened with the line “The gold medal for small SUVs has to go to the Arona” and went on to add “The cherry on top is a range of personalisation options that allow you to make your Arona feel special”. Giving an overall score of the maximum five out of five when road tested, the SEAT Arona gained further praise for its handling and predicted slow depreciation. In summing up What Car? commented “The best small SUV at this price point – the Seat Arona is good to drive, roomy inside and fairly affordable to own”.

With the maximum 5* rating for safety when undergoing Euro NCAP testing, the New SEAT Arona features the latest technology. Safety features include Blind Spot Recognition, Adaptive Cruise Control with Front Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Tiredness Recognition System.

SEAT Arona SE Technology Key Specification:

  • 17" 'Dynamic' alloy wheels
  • Media System Colour with 8.0" colour touchscreen
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Wireless Charger
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Front fog lights with cornering function
  • Bi-colour roof
  • DAB (digital audio broadcating)
  • Bluetooth® audio streaming with handsfree system
  • Air conditioning
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED taillights
  • Electrically adjustable door mirrors
  • Cruise control
  • Leather steering wheel & gear knob

Discover the New SEAT Arona today at Jennings SEAT. To secure a test drive at a time and date convenient to you, call 0333 414 9750 to speak to a SEAT specialist.

 

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