Is there anything you'd suggest to compare to the SEAT Arona?

I'm thinking of a Seat Arona FR Sport with the 1.5 litre engine to replace my Ford Focus. Would this be a good car for my mobility-limited mum whilst still being fun to drive for myself?

Asked on 30 March 2020 by paul millett

Answered by Andrew Brady
The Arona's a good choice - good to drive and easy to get comfortable in. Don't buy one until you've tried the new Ford Puma, though. The Puma's better to drive and more practical.
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