SEAT expands Tarraco options | New Release - Car News Dec 2019

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11:12 Friday 20 Dec 2019

SEAT have added a new model to their Tarraco SUV line up.

The front-wheel drive, seven-speed DSG automatic model will be powered by a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine, and will be available with a choice of four different trim levels.

Prices start from £29,000 on-the-road for the entry-level SE trim, which includes features such as 17-inch alloys, colour media system, digital cockpit, and rear parking sensors.  SE Tech, XCELLENCE, and XCELLENCE Lux models are also offered at launch, and all are available to order now at SEAT retailers.

In terms of performance, the front-wheel drive, 1.5-litre, seven-speed DSG model can do 0-62mph in nine-and-a-half seconds, return up to 35.3mpg, with CO2 emissions from 164g/km.  Its introduction marks a significant expansion in the options offered by the SEAT Tarraco.  Previously, front-wheel drive Tarraco models were only available with a six-speed manual gearbox, while to enjoy the benefits of the seven-speed DSG it was necessary to plump for a four-wheel drive example.  SEAT hope the move will broaden the Tarraco’s appeal amongst fleet customers in particular.


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