Engines: 90 PS (1.0 TGI) to 150 PS (1.5 TSI)
Price: from 13,500 euros
Occupant safety (Euro NCAP crash test 2017): 5 Stars
That causes trouble: New software helps with small electronic faults (mirrors do not fold out). The DSG of the gasoline engine is annoying with long shift times, the six-speed gearbox is more enjoyable. The middle seat belt buckle triggered a recall, as it could open unintentionally while driving.
It comes almost completely free of errors Arona through the landing gear chapter. The little one completes the disciplines of axle suspension, springs and dampers, drive shafts, steering and grate brilliantly. Only in rare cases did the testers note too much play on the steering joints.
When it comes to light, the Arona hardly lets anything burn. The error rate of daytime running lights and fog lights alone corresponds to the class average. The rest of the lighting of the Seat on the other hand, it presents itself better than the average.
The Spaniard’s weakest chapter. Brake hoses and lines are always fault-free and the function of the foot and parking brakes is no more susceptible than average. But the brake discs are a weak point. Here the defect rate is higher than the overall average in this vehicle class.
A strong chapter for the smallSUV. Oil loss? Only very rarely. Problems with the emissions test? Exceptional cases. And when checking the exhaust system, no tester found anything – so far the exhaust has always been error-free.