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(launched 2018)

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1.0 EcoTSI DSG Style (A)
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$12,200 /yr 20km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) DSG
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1.0 EcoTSI DSG FR (A)
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$12,800 /yr 20km/L 114 bhp 7-speed (A) DSG
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1.5 EcoTSI DSG FR (A)
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$13,600 /yr 20km/L 148 bhp 7-speed (A) DSG
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Price updated 05-Aug-2022

SEAT Arona
4.5 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Car Review - Seat Arona 1.0 EcoTSI DSG FR (A)
The Seat Arona offers stylish looks, a lively drive and a sporty interior all for just under $100,000. What's not to like?
What We Dislike
Choice of cabin materials can be improved
Disadvantaged by the fact that Seat ins't as recognised yet in Singapore
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Comparison - Seat Arona 1.0 vs Kia Stonic 1.0T
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Driving is so much fun with Arona
Driving Arona is such a smooth experience. Cornering and handling is easy. Highly recommended. The performance of the car is up to my expectation. Go to the showroom and talk to their sales consultant. You won't be disappointed ☺️
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Bang for bucks
Took a test drive in late Dec on Arona FR and my first reaction was "Just take my money already!" Prior to this, i was skeptical about the 1L turbo engine but boy was I wrong?! I felt no lag at all when i took off from the stop and the handling was really good. No complaints about the features too. Where else can you get a car at 90k (the style model) with auto parking? The FR was going for 116k when i test drove it but it's gone down to 100k now. I would definitely recommend going for the FR. The interior is decidedly more classy. Of cos, for 10k more, it should be. I also want to commend the level of service at the dealership. I made it clear I wasn't going to buy from the start but they were still as enthusiastic as ever. If my wife hadn't vetoed my decision, i would be a proud new owner of an Arona now. :)
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One bloody impressive car!
Took this Arona FR model for a test drive. For driving performance, gas pedal was really responsive and i totally underestimated the 1 litre turbocharged engine! I tried hard acceleration (pedal literally down to the floor) when traffic light turns green and i can feel my body pushed further back to the seat as the turbo kicks in and effortlessly reached 80km/h. Didn't pick up any wind noise at 80km/h. One thing that is disturbing is the engine will have a small vibration for about half second as it accelerates and will noticeably stop when the turbo kicks in even when i move off gently. Guess it's the nature of this 3-cylinder turbo engines. Went around a roundabout and some sharp quick lane change and it proves to be very nimble, agile and doesn't feel 'floaty' on corners at all. Went over a few bumps and it handles well too. Not awesome but just good enough Interior wise, it's just meh. But I'm surprised that there weren't any handle bars on top of the window. Given how this thing drives on the road, i feel handle bars are mandatory apart from seat belts. Another surprising thing is that there's no top light where the rear passenger is. I have a young kiddo who loves to throw things in the floor and will be a pain if we have to use a flashlight from our phone and search it especially night time (a big turn off for me). Infotainment system is dead awesome. Has both apple carplay and android auto. Park assist is awesome too though as drivers, parking on our own will definitely be faster. Boot space is not really that great. Probably can fit 4 bags for travelling. Probably just enough to fill in stuff for a family of 4. For exterior, side mirrors are too small. Yeah yeah, there's blind spot monitoring to compensate for it but i still don't get it why thecside mirros have to be small and pointy and the far edge. Overall aesthetics is actually not bad. Love the look at the front and back. Doesn't look too rugged and sporty or luxurious.
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Stylish and Fun Car
I bought the FR version, Red with and Black top in Nov. So far so good, but still skeptical about the spare parts availability. The car is still new, and hope there is no need to find out too much though.
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