Seat has updated the powertrains in the Tarraco SUV with the introduction of RDE2-compliant petrol and diesel engines.
Seat has expanded the Tarraco line-up with two sporty new trim levels – FR and FR Sport.
Seat has expanded the Tarraco line-up by mating its 1.5-litre TSI turbocharged petrol engine with a seven-speed DSG automatic transmission.
The seven-seater Seat Tarraco, which sits above Arona and Ateca, is available now priced from £28,320.
The new Seat Tarraco has achieved a 97% score for Adult Occupant Protection, in the latest round of safety tests conducted by Euro NCAP.
Seat will enter the seven-seat SUV market in early 2019 with the launch of its new flagship, the Tarraco.
Seat will officially unveil its seven-seat Tarraco SUV in Barcelona on September 18.
Tarraco is the first Seat model name to be chosen by popular vote and the fourteenth Spanish place name used to designate a brand model.
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