SEAT has launched an impressive range of SUV models, for getaways and off-road driving.With several cars in the range appealing to different budgets and preferences, SEAT is a great choice for your SUV.
With three key ranges, SEAT’s selection of SUVs includes a compact model and a larger 7-seater SUV. With models available to suit different tastes and budget, there is a SEAT SUV that will meet your needs.
The SEAT Arona is the most compact SUV in the range, but maintains the style and power of SEAT’s other SUV vehicles. Meanwhile, the Ateca is the medium model in the group, and features a sharp and dynamic design that packs a punch, while making everyday driving a breeze. The largest model in the series is the SEAT Tarraco, a name that was voted on and chosen by fans ahead of its launch. While designed to seat five as standard, the Tarraco can easily be converted into a 7-seater for those times you need some extra capacity. The Tarraco also provides a large boot capacity, making it a practical vehicle choice.
The SEAT SUV range varies from £18,330 for the SEAT Arona up to £29,155. With additional features, the prices of the range increase. With upgraded wheels and trims, as well as additional technology features, there’s room to get more of the features you want from your SEAT SUV. With offers available on SEAT SUVs, you could enjoy a fantastic deal on a new car.
Finding a car with the right MPG can be a key consideration when it comes to choosing your next vehicle. Below you’ll find the fuel consumption for each of the SEAT SUV models. The more compact SEAT Arona provides the best fuel consumption, with up to 57.6 mpg on a 1.0 litre engine. Meanwhile, the larger SEAT Tarraco has a fuel consumption of 47.9 mpg. The SEAT Ateca is mid-way between the two, with an impressive 52 mpg on this SUV.
Boot capacity is one of the key reasons why people choose an SUV over other types of car. In the SEAT SUV range, the SEAT Tarraco has the largest boot capacity, which can be up to 700 litres (and up to 1775L with the seats folded down), making it the most practical in terms of boot capacity in the range. Meanwhile, the SEAT Ateca has a 510-litre boot capacity, and the SEAT Arona has a 400-litre boot capacity. Despite its compact size, the SEAT Ateca has an impressive boot capacity, while being small enough to make a great city car.