Brand New 2020 SEAT Arona 1.0TSI 115 SS uk deals

Compare brand new 2020 SEAT Arona 1.0TSI 115 SS prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £3290 from our dealers. Our 2020 SEAT Arona 1.0TSI 115 SS deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. SEAT manufactures 10 model variants.

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DSG Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 134 £19445 Save £3202
DSG Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 134 £20400 Save £3374
Manual Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 131 £21305 Save £3532
DSG Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 135 £22385 Save £3713
Manual Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 135 £22640 Save £3756
DSG Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 137 £23720 Save £3937
Manual Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 131 £21850 Save £3623
DSG Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 134 £22850 Save £3791
Manual Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 135 £23470 Save £3895
DSG Petrol 1.0TSI 115 SS 5 1.0 115 138 £24470 Save £4063
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SEAT Arona

Arona pricing starts from around £16,000 and runs to just under £25,000 and there are three core trim levels - 'SE', 'FR' and 'XCELLENCE', with variants in each case.

We'll get into detail on that in a minute. The engine choice on offer is pretty much the same as you get in an Ibiza and as usual in this segment, is primarily geared towards Petrol power.

The green pump-fuelled options are mainly 1.0-litre three cylinder units and most buyers will want the 1.0-litre turbo TSI powerplant we tried, offered with either 95 or 115PS, with the faster version gaining a 6-speed Manual gearbox.

That perkier 1.0-litre TSI derivative is the only variant in the range that can be ordered with an automatic gearbox, a 7-speed DSG transmission that costs an extra £1,300.

The other Arona engines on offer will be rarely seen, but both have plenty to be said for them. For Petrol people, there's a 1.5-litre TSI EVO unit that has plenty of power - 150PS - and impressive frugality too, thanks to clever cylinder deactivation technology.

If efficiency really is a priority though, you'll want the 1.6-litre TDI Diesel, offered with either 95 or 115PS. You've really got to be covering a much higher annual mileage than is typical for cars of this kind though, if you're to justify the TDI powerplant's price premium of more than £2,000 over the equivalent 1.0-litre TSI Petrol variant..

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