The New SEAT Exeo To Debut At The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

New SEAT Exeo
New SEAT Exeo

SEAT has unveiled a new look SEAT Exeo saloon and ST estate range, which feature a range of new engineering upgrades.

The revised SEAT Exeo will debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, featuring a revised 'face' including new bi-xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights as standard on the Sport model and optional on the SE.

Styling enhancements include new alloy wheels, upgraded leather on the steering wheel and revised upholstery, underlining the premium look and feel of the SEAT Exeo.

The 2.0 litre TDI common rail powerplant has been revised, seeing emissions lowered to 129g/km and 56.7mpg on the combined cycle for the SEAT Exeo saloon.

An efficient Multitronic auto-sequential manual gearbox, with CVT based technology and stepped 'changed' provides the benefit of full automatic mode and sequential shifts using shift paddles mounted on the steering wheel.

The SEAT Exeo is available with Start/Stop technology, available for the first time on an Ecomotive model, helping to improve fuel efficiency.

SEAT UK managing director Peter Wyhinny said: "The arrival of the Exeo marked SEAT's debut in a new and hard-fought market segment, and the success of the fleet-friendly saloon and estate range is already clear.

"Now, with this great new look and impressive engineering changes I'm sure the Exeo will draw the crowds to both our Frankfurt show stand and, in due course, our UK dealerships."

Published : 25/08/11 Author : Staff

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