New Seat Alhambra wins another Award
The new Seat Alhambra continues its run of major award wins with news it has been named ‘Best MPV’ by the UK’s weekly motoring magazine Auto Express
The new Seat Alhambra continues its run of major award wins with news it has been named ‘Best MPV’ by the UK’s weekly motoring magazine Auto Express.
Since its UK launch the Seat Alhambra has been awarded ‘Best MPV’ by UK magazines and websites Diesel Car, Fleet World, Carbuyer.co.uk and What Car? Internationally, it has been named ‘Best MPV’ by El Economista newspaper in Spain, ‘Best Imported MPV’ by Germany’s Auto Zeitung magazine and ‘2011 Best Imported MPV’ by German motor trade magazine Auto Motor und Sport. The Seat Alhambra has also been named ‘MPV of the Year’ in Portugal by the ‘Car of the Year Crystal Steering Wheel Trophy’ panel members.
The Seat Alhambra has seven individual seats that can accommodate seven adults in genuine comfort with even third row occupants benefiting from generous knee and headroom. Today’s Seat Alhambra does away with the old-style individually removable seating concept in favour of a clever new fold-flat system that sees all five second and third row seats pivot into the car’s floor at the simple tug of a lever.
Prices for the new Seat Alhambra start at £22,330 RRP, and this new model maintains Seat’s reputation for exceptional value.