SEAT Arona interior
There’s a lot of character to the interior of the Seat Arona, though it does feel a little cheap in places.
If you’re looking for a bit of design character inside your car, the Seat Arona delivers. It’s styled well, and some coloured trim highlights help to lift an otherwise subdued choice of upholstery colours.
Most materials in reach feel decent, but you don’t have to look too hard to find some scratchy plastics around to lower regions of the cabin. The door trims, for example, feel quite low-rent and out of place with the rest of the car, but it’s not a massive deal breaker.
Cloth seats come as standard, though upgrading to an FR Sport car will net you some nice suede-like sports seats with extra red trimming.
Plus, rather than burying all your climate controls within the central infotainment system, you still get physical buttons.
As standard, the Seat Arona is equipped with an 8.25-inch infotainment system. It does the basics well and has support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, but you’ll want the 9.0-inch version.
This comes with newer software that’s both easier to use and better looking, and it gets wireless support for phone mirroring.
Most versions of the Seat Arona come with analogue dials and gauges, but FR Sport and Xperience Lux get a digital driver’s display. This super-clean display is easy to read, easy to configure and has super-crisp graphics, so it’s worth considering,
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