The modelRead full review
The Seat Arona remains a great choice in the small SUV category, and it undercuts many of its rivals on price. It'll prove spacious enough inside for most people and is one of the more enjoyable cars in this class to drive. Overall, we prefer the nimbler Ford Puma and more spacious Skoda Kamiq, but that shouldn't stop the Arona featuring high up on your shopping list.
The trimSee full equipment
Gets all the standard kit that comes with entry-level SE trim, but adds a much better 9.2in touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav, voice control, extra USB connectors and wireless charging, plus rear parking sensors. It's our favourite trim.
The engineSee full engine specs
The entry-level engine can feel a bit slow to react as you pull away but quickly improves higher up the rev range, with good performance in the mid and high revs. Officially, it can do 0-62mph in 11.4 seconds, which is slightly slower than the entry-level Volkswagen T-Cross, but you won’t really feel the difference. This is our pick, especially if you mostly drive in and around town.
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