Seat has revealed its prices and specifications for both its Ibiza supermini and Arona crossover, which have both received an update.
Both models are now available with a series of new exterior colours as well as standard-fit eco-LED headlights and a series of updated alloy wheel designs. Each car also wears Seat’s latest badging that utilises a handwritten-style font and has already seen use on Leon and Ateca models.
The two cars feature broadly similar specifications, too, with entry-level SE variants boasting an 8.25-inch touchscreen, cruise control and air conditioning – among other features. Prices for this grade start from £16,945 for the Ibiza and £19,260 for the Arona.
Move up to SE Technology specification and you’ll find a 9.2-inch touchscreen included with satellite navigation and Seat Connect services. Prices for this trim start from £17,875 for the Ibiza and £20,540 for the Arona.
A sporty FR trim comes next, bringing with it full LED headlights, sport seats, a more dynamic-looking bodykit and dual-zone climate control. Opt for this specification and prices rise to £19,285 for the Ibiza and £22,570 for the Arona.
FR Sport adds larger 18-inch alloy wheels to both models, as well as microsuede upholstery and a digital cockpit. Ibiza models finished in this trim are accompanied by a £20,140 starting price, or £23,640 for the Arona.
With Xcellence trim, the two cars take a different approach. The Ibiza, for example, gains comfort suspension and rear parking sensors as well as keyless entry and start. A more upmarket ‘Lux’ variant adds a reversing camera and adaptive cruise control. Prices start from £19,500 for Xcellence trim and £20,350 for Lux cars.
Arona cars take a more rugged approach when specified in Xperience trim, adding chunkier SUV styling and adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring. An additional Lux pack then adds park assist and a reversing camera. Prices start from £23,290 for the former or £24,795 for the latter.
Both the Ibiza and Arona are only available with petrol engine – starting with a 1.0-litre turbocharged unit. It can be specified with either 94bhp or 108bhp. The Arona, however, is also available with a more powerful 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine with 148bhp and a DSG automatic transmission.
Both cars are available to order now.