Indepth Car Review: Seat Arona World Premiere REVIEW all-new SUV neu – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Seat Arona World Premiere REVIEW all-new SUV neu – Autogefühl

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26 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Seat Arona World Premiere REVIEW all-new SUV neu – Autogefühl”

  1. Excellent review Thomas, in what looks like a very busy expo. I'll be looking to purchase a Seat, whether it is this one or the new Ibiza (when they finally start releasing 1.4 in FR!). It will be interesting to see what this does in terms of fuel in real world tests.

    While it does indeed look great (especially that gorgeous 8 inch screen), the fake exhausts are just stupid. Manufacturers need to cease doing this and start listening to customers.

  2. y todavia tiene que llegar otro suv basado en el 20v20 y los que critican el segmento suv que tengan en cuenta que es un segmento que crece al 35% actualmente en europa. y seat pretende sacar partido de ello y llegar a las 800.000 unidades anuales en 3 años

  3. Size wise it looks like it sits in between a Golf and a Tiguan. Decent size for an SUV in that segment. And you don't have to pay Mercedes or BMW prices for this either I'm assuming.

  4. Really surprised by how ugly it is. The Ateca is comfortably the best looking car in its class for me, but this isn't in the same league. It looks awkward and wrong in the proportions and the split colour thing doesn't really work – looks a bit naff. The Mazda CX-3 is head and shoulders above this car in the looks department.

  5. The Arona is a nice small SUV. I like the exterior and interior design. In details like the C pillar or the bumpers maybe a little bit "too much makeup". The central display as well as the climate control could be positioned higher. Everything else seems to be good. A manual handbrake is a positive aspect for me. The materials are "simple" but well processed.
    For cost reasons I wouldn't probably go for the FR or the Excellence version.
    If I had the choice between the Arona and the Ibiza, I would most likely prefer the smaller, even better looking, more agile and sportier Ibiza, also with 90 hp CNG. This small car offers so much space and comfort. Climbing aboard I am also perfectly fine, I can't see any advantage here for the Arona. Especially for small people it can be difficult sometimes to get on and off board of some Vans or SUVs. And an SUV doesn't offer more passive safety even though the higher seating position and the more massive dimensions might suggest that. In terms of sustainability the SUV has disadvantages, too. More weight and more wind resistance lead to a higher fuel consumption.
    If anybody says he or she wants nothing else but an SUV inspite of all the objective disadvantages, he or she should go for a car like the Arona, the Peugeot 2008, the Renault Capture or others in that segment. These cars are at least not those ugly monsters like the bigger SUVs which tend to say: "I don't care at all about the environment".

  6. Thank you Thomas for another excellent and detailed review!
    Am I the only person here to find that the Arona's styling at the rear, where the passenger window meets the roofline, is a total copy of the Renault Captur's? Especially with the contrasting coloured roof…
    The spy shots of the Arona looked so exciting, I was really looking forward to this car's launch. So I really disappointed to say, I'm quite underwhelmed by the final result 🙁
    Is anybody else beginning to get slightly bored by yet another product of the VW/Skoda/Seat parts bin? Definitely well thought out and engineered. But ever so unexciting…

  7. Hallo Thomas, du bist ja immer sehr schnell und an den richtigen Stellen. Deshalb meine Frage zum ganz neuen Seat Arona: Ich habe in deinem Bericht drei, vier verschieden Modelle gesehen, aber keiner hatte ein Panoramdach, wie z.B im Ateca. Hast du da irgendwelche Infos?? Danke für den tollen Vorstellungsbericht! LG Franz Peter

  8. Seat releasing another car yet they cant even keep up production on their current car models, fantastic…. hopefully they open/extend the factory.

  9. same old same old. same car like Ibiza with same WV interior… the car industry is boring! thanks to tesla to bring some new thing to the market.

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