SEAT announce a significantly enhanced Alhambra

Three new engines and optional equipment including DSG dual-clutch transmission and bi-xenon headlamps that automatically dip when oncoming traffic is detected.

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SEAT has published the first pictures of its new Alhambra, capable of seating up seven people including full-sized adults even in the third row. SEAT says its new model will have sliding doors with optional electric operation – and that unlike the old model, the rear seats can be folded away inside the vehicle when they are not in use. The newcomer provides luggage space of 885 litres, extended to a wardrobe-swallowing 2,297 litres if only the front seats are in use.

New engines include a 148bhp TSI petrol and two TDI diesels, one delivering 138bhp, the other 167bhp. The new Alhambra also gets the “park/steer assistant” which helps manoeuvre it into tight parking spaces. Standard safety equipment includes seven airbags and electric child locks on the rear door. ABS and ESP are standard.



PREPARED FOR A NEW GENERATION Fully equipped with the latest technology, the new Alhambra guarantees control to parents and entertainment for the younger generation. The SEAT Drive Profile System provides a tailor-made driving experience, adjusting steering and suspension at the touch of a button. Select from Normal, Comfort and Sport modes and enjoy driving your family around while they’re all entertained with the Media System Plus and its 5.8” screen.


COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE INSIDE AND OUT With the Alhambra´s Massage Seat for the driver, quick stops are no longer just about taking a break, but instead, about relaxing completely. And comfort and convenience don´t end when you step out of the car, with The KESSY Keyless Access System you can open your MPV´s doors without even taking the key out of your pocket.


SAFETY FOR THE MOST VALUABLE CARGO Long trips and routine rides with the kids in the back seats are both lovely experiences. Although, sometimes distracting and a little tiring. Luckily, the Side Assist technology of the New SEAT Alhambra helps you prevent involuntarily drifting out of your lane, while the Tiredness Recognition System recommends you take a break when it detects signs of fatigue.