The Spanish house presented the restyling of the car presented in 2017. A car that immediately received excellent feedback and splendid sales figures. Let's find out what changes.

Four years have passed since the first presentation of Seat Arona. A car with SUV declination that immediately caught the pleasure of many people.

Seat's belonging to the German Volkswagen group can be seen above all in the attention to detail and truly comfortable design. We have now arrived at the mid-career restyling with new dictates and updated technologies.

The aspect that you immediately notice, looking at it from the outside, are the fog lights which are now circular and positioned under the main headlights. The bumper has also been modified with larger triangular air intakes.

The headlights have been updated and now all the configurations have full LED headlights as standard.

The rear bumper has been remodeled and now the Arona lettering is declined in italics. The car manages to express the personality also thanks to the 18-inch alloy wheels.

As soon as we enter the car, we immediately notice the 9-inch screen positioned a bit higher, in tablet mode. Obviously, the configurable digital dashboard with a 10-inch display is not missing.

The dashboard has been reformulated with a new material, now softer. It is a pleasure that makes the car as smart and comfortable to touch and use as possible. Seat obviously hypothesized different configurations and different settings.

The fabrics have therefore been improved and also the structure of the seats allows greater containment and greater support during long journeys. Regarding safety, there are several level 2 ADAS, such as active lane keeping with adaptive cruise control and driver attention monitoring.

The car is definitely connected: the technology has been significantly changed. The new infotainment system is in fact always connected and allows you to have the ideal conditions for an always informed journey.

However, the car is characterized by different types of engines starting from a simple three-cylinder turbo petrol engine with 110 horsepower combined with a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission.

It is an engine that all in all very well, although it could hit the small size in terms of volume. However, these new engines are very performing and characterized by good reliability.

For prices, Seat Arona starts at around € 19,000 and then goes up to more exclusive and performing fittings. The mid-career restyling therefore gives the car personality and a general improvement.

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