The B-SUV segment It is one of the most competitive in the motor market. The options are endless and the fight is fierce between compact SUVs.
That Stonic, Skoda Kamiq, Seat Arona, Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur, Citroën C3 Aircross, Jeep Renegade, Opel Mokka… Models for all tastes and all pockets that every month wage a battle to be the best seller.
However, if it is necessary to highlight a SUV compact, that’s the Seat Arona. The Spanish model has just undergone a facelift. But not even in this impasse has it lowered the enrollment figures.
The Seat Arona dominates the market
According to the data issued by Anfac at the beginning of July, Arona was the SUV june best seller, starring in a total of 2,738 operations, and the second overall. He was only surpassed by the Fiat 500, what did he achieve 2,976 Sales, and sneaked in front of the Volkswagen T-Cross, who enrolled 2,584 units.
But be careful, because the Seat Arona It is today the best-selling model in the first half of 2021. A total of 12,686 units.
The weak point of the Peugeot 2008
One of its strengths is undoubtedly its price. It is true that the new version has raised costs for the customer compared to its predecessor. But it is also true that it remains well below rivals such as Peugeot 2008. An excellent SUV, but that precisely has one of the weak points in the price.
The Arona cost 19.870 € and without discounts of any kind and 14.800 € subject to financing and with all discounts applied for version 1.0 of 95 CV. In addition, on the web we see a Arona announced by 13.000 euros, although this price cannot be for any other option than to get hold of Arona Outgoing subject to financing.
Meanwhile, on the website of Peugeot, the 2008 has a cash price without discounts of 21.938,8 euros, o de 20.639 € financed that end up being 25.648,16 €, in your version 1.2 of 100 HP.