The new SEAT Alhambra MPV will be available to order from the end of the May with the first vehicles arriving in the summer.
The new Alhambra is a revised model rather than an all-new car but there have been a number of important modifications. All of the revised petrol and diesel engine now meet Euro6 emissions and offer improved fuel consumption figures.
There will be two diesel 2.0 TDI engines with the option of 150 PS or 184 PS power outputs; the 150 PS unit sees a 15 per cent deduction in consumption recording 57.6 mpg on the combined cycle with emissions of 130 g/km. There will also be the option of a petrol 1.4 TSI unit delivering 150PS.
All engines can be opted with the DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission which offers a lift off coasting function to save fuel - i.e. take your foot off the accelerator and the engine decouples from the driven wheels.
On the tech front there will be the introduction of the SEAT Easy Connect infotainment systems with high resolution touch screens and faster processors - and better connectivity.
Safety now includes SEAT's multi-collision brake system which ensures if driver cannot maintain braking after an accident the car will be brought to a halt. There is the option of blind spot sensor to ensure side protection when changing lanes. There is DCC (Dynamic Chassis Control) which controls the Alhambra's dampers to match the driving conditions.
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