Wednesday 29 May 2024

Seat opens orders for seven-seat Tarraco

Seat has opened the order books on its first large SUV and new flagship model, Tarraco. The seven-seater sits above Arona and Ateca to complete Seat’s SUV line-up.

Starting from £28,320 OTR, Tarraco features a standard specification which includes metallic paint, 17” Alloys, DAB, alarm and Full Link.

Richard Harrison, Managing Director of Seat UK, said: “We are thrilled to close what has been a fantastic year for Seat UK by opening for orders on our new flagship model, Tarraco.

“Our first-ever large SUV is a cracker, and the perfect way to complete our full range of SUVs, joining the multi-award winning Ateca and Arona. Tarraco is already turning heads with its eye-catching combination of fresh design language, state-of-the-art technology and an enjoyably dynamic drive.

“Add to that our innovative easymove range structure, which means customers get a great level of standard specification and metallic paint included for free, and Tarraco represents exceptional value for money. It is sure to fly out of showrooms in the new year.”

Building on Seat UK’s successful easymove strategy, which simplifies the buying process, four different trim levels are available: SE, SE Technology, XCELLENCE and XCELLENCE LUX. OTR prices start at £28,320 for the SE 1.5 TSI Evo 150PS; £29,330 for the SE Tech; £30,410 for XCELLENCE and £32,135 for XCELLENCE LUX.

Metallic paint, Full Link, DAB, 17” Alloy wheels, alarm and three zone climate control are part of the standard spec across all trim levels.

SE Technology adds navigation, privacy glass and 18” Alloy wheels, while XCELLENCE adds wireless charging, Adaptive Cruise Control, reversing camera, electric tailgate, 19” Alloy wheels and Alcantara upholstery.

At the top of the range, XCELLENCE LUX adds further spec of top view camera, 20” Alloy wheels, leather upholstery and a winter pack.

The engine and transmission line-up includes a 1.5 TSI 150 PS, 2.0 TSI 190 PS DSG 4Drive, 2.0 TDI 150 PS (including a DSG 4Drive option) and a 2.0 TDI 190 PS DSG 4Drive. All engines benefit from direct injection, turbocharging and stop-start technology.

Keep your eyes peeled for a review of the Tarraco next year: we’ll be doing our best to get one over to test. In the meantime, head over to the Seat website to find out more.

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