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SEAT Arona FR 1.0 TSI 115 DSG review

SEAT Arona FR 1.0 TSI 115 DSG review. For – well priced, impressive quality, VW engineering. Against – no 4×4 option, looks don’t quite work. Rating *** out of 5 £20,975 (start at £16,555) Competition – Nissan Juke, Renault Captur, Peugeot 2008, Citroen C3 Aircross, Vauxhall-Opel Mokka, Ford EcoSport, Mitsubishi ASX, Suzuki Vitara*, Fiat 500X, Dacia […]

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SEAT Ibiza

SEAT Ibiza 1.0 TSI 115 review

SEAT Ibiza 1.0 TSI 115 review. For – competent, good looking, well equipped, reliable. Against – so are 20 or so others; Honda Jazz is my choice. **** from £13,130 Competition – Ford Fiesta, Mazda2, Mini, VW Polo, Audi A1, Citroen C3, Skoda Fabia, Suzuki Baleno, Vauxhall/Opel Corsa, Kia Rio, Hyundai i20, Nissan Micra, Honda […]

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SEAT Leon ST SE Technology 1.0 TSI review

SEAT Leon ST SE Technology 1.0 TSI review. For – impressive quality, plenty of technology, modest looks. Against – no longer the cheap/cheerful option, bland looks. *** £21,480 SEAT is a car brand that despite all the efforts of its marketing maestros to convince the world to the contrary, still without any inherent consumer pulling […]

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SEAT ATECA Xperience

SEAT Ateca 2.0TDI 4×4 Xcellence review

SEAT Ateca review. For – Stylish, high quality, high-tech, with class-winning residual values and low running costs Against  – Can’t think of anything, unless you’re a brand victim £27,425 Manchester – SEAT has finally entered the SUV market which is one of the fastest growing . It is a little confusing; German Audi Q3s are made in […]

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SEAT Mii Mango Review 2015

SEAT Mii Mango Review 2015 – little limousine For – cute, well made, quality interior. Against – gutless. **** £12,510 The SEAT Mii Mango, is an upmarket little city car which I quickly had a good feeling about. That could be because of the welcoming ambience of the fancy paint job, the luxury trim inside, […]

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SEAT Alhambra Review 2014

SEAT Alhambra Review 2014 – Car, Van, Taxi or limo? Is There Anything This Can’t Do – It Even Handles Well On The Limit. For – Clever design, generous equipment, highly practical. Against – You’ll end up taking your kids and their friends everywhere. To say that the SEAT Alhambra is a people mover doesn’t […]

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Geneva motor Show 2014

SEAT Leon Cupra 280 PS DSG review

SEAT Leon Cupra 280 PS DSG – By Robert Couldwell. Dynamically Brilliant – But Interior Ordinary, Below VW Standards. For: Performance, handling, driveability. Against: Not much apart from cheap interior plastics.  Volkswagen subsidiary SEAT has finally launched the Leon that enthusiasts have been waiting for; the Cupra, which in the 280PS form, is the most […]

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SEAT Leon ST review

Estate Car Extends The Range. For: Volkswagen quality, fit and finish. Against: Weak brand. Like the British economy, all the news coming from Volkswagen subsidiary SEAT at the moment is good. It looks like the Spanish brand, which has struggled in recent years, will break into profit this year. It is the Leon, along with […]

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SEAT Toledo review 2013

SEAT Toledo review

Three box hatch which gets back to basic and will suit both young families and empty nesters. For – Very competitive price. Against – Some might find it dull and interior materials well below the rest of the SEAT range. Customers considering the new SEAT Toledo might become a little confused if they think it […]

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