Equipment & Specification
Fitted as standard
- Electric Parking Brake (Electric Parking Brake)
- Exterior Lighting (Daytime Running Lights)
Audio / Communications
- Cruise Control
- External Temperature Display
- Front and Rear Parking Distance Sensor
- In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD/MP3)
- Speakers (Six)
- Steering Wheel Mounted Controls (Audio)
- Trip Computer
- Tyre Pressure Control
- Adjustable Steering Column/Wheel (Rake/Reach)
- Central Door Locking (Remote)
- Cup Holder
- Electric Windows (Front)
- Extra Storage
- Head Restraints (Front/Rear)
- Heated Rear Screen
- Interior Lights
- Mirrors External (Electric/Heated)
- Power Socket (Front)
- Power-Assisted Steering
- Seat Height Adjustment (Driver)
- Seating Capacity (Five Seats)
- Seats Split Rear
- Steering Wheel Leather
- Sun Visor
- Tinted Glass
- Upholstery Cloth
- USB Connection
- Air Bag Driver
- Air Bag Passenger
- Air Bag Side (Driver/Passenger)
- Anti-Lock Brakes
- Centre Rear Seat Belt
- Child Locks (Manual)
- Electronic Brake Force Distribution
- Electronic Stability Programme
Electronic Stabilisation Control (ESC)
The electronic stability control (ESC) recognises critical driving situations, such as the risk of skidding, and systematically prevents the car from doing so.
In order that the ESC can respond to critical situations, the system must constantly receive information.
For instance: which way the driver is steering and where the car is moving. The system receives the answer to the first question from the steering angle sensor and the ABS wheel speed sensors on the wheels. From these two pieces of information, the controller calculates the desired steering direction and the intended driving behaviour of the car. Other important data are the yaw rate and lateral acceleration of the vehicle. Using this information, the control unit calculates the actual state of the vehicle.
ESC prevents instability of the car when cornering which can occur either when driving at an inappropriate speed, as a result of an unpredictable change in the road surface (wetness, slickness, dirt), or emergency evasive action (the "Elk test"). In this event, it does not matter whether the instability manifests itself through understeer, ie: when the car, despite steering at full lock, moves to the outer edge of the bend, or by oversteer (the rear end breaks away).
The computer unit of the ESC detects the type of instability based on the data provided by the sensor technology and controls the correction by intervening in the braking system and engine management.
In the event of understeer, the ESC decelerates the inside rear wheel. Simultaneously the ESC reduces the engine power until the car has stabilised again. ESC prevents oversteer by selectively activating the front brake on the outside of the bend and intervening in the engine and transmission management.
- Front Fog Lights
- Seat - ISOFIX Anchorage Point (Two Seats - Rear)
Isofix is the result of the efforts of well-known car makers to create a uniform and optimal standard for anchoring child seats. Isofix is not an official DIN standard.
Isofix child seats are equipped with a simplified fastening device. They can be used in all cars which are already factory-equipped with standardised snap couplings.
The child seat preinstallation has two bars which are firmly attached to the car body. Isofix-type child seats are firmly attached by two connectors.
Isofix child seats can be fitted easily and offer the highest degree of safety due to being robustly attached to the car body.
All cars of the SEAT model range feature the Isofix system at the rear.
- Third Brake Light
- Tyre Repair Kit
- Clock (Digital)
- Protection Pack
- Winter Pack
- Hill Holder
- Traction Control System
Traction Control System (TCS)The traction control system regulates spinning of the driven wheels and thus stabilises the car all the time it is being accelerated. The TCS and the associated electronic differential lock (EDS, XDS) are included in the scope of the electronic stabilisation programme (ESP). The TCS receives the essential input via the wheel speed sensors of the antilock braking system which register a sudden increase in wheel revolutions. By means of the motor control unit, the traction control system automatically lowers the power output. The worse the grip of the road, or the stronger the torque of an engine, the more important good traction is - and indeed over the entire speed range. So the TCS provides driving and tracking stability and thus above all safety and comfort. Moreover, unnecessary tyre wear is avoided. The TCS function can be disabled by means of the appropriate switch.
- Alloy Wheels-17in w. 225/45 R17
- Body Coloured Bumpers
|Max torque imperial||0.00 lb/ft|
|Cubic capacity||1398 cc|
|MPG (urban)||37.2 mpg|
|MPG (extra urban)||56.5 mpg|
|MPG (combined)||47.1 mpg|
|Litres/100 km (urban)||7.6 l/100 km|
|Litres/100 km (extra urban)||5.0 l/100 km|
|Litres/100 km (combined)||6.0 l/100 km|
|Vehicle length||4300 mm|
|Vehicle width||1994 mm|
|Vehicle height||1615 mm|
|Vehicle wheelbase||2644 mm|
|Number of cylinders||4|
|CO2 emissions||140 g/km|
|Noise level||No data available|
- 12-month warranty
- Full service history check
- Multi-point check
- 12 month MOT protection
- 30-day no quibble exchange
- 12-months roadside assistance
- 5 days SEAT insurance**
- Independent vehicle history check
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information above. However, errors may occur. Check with your local dealer about items which may affect your decision to purchase.
* Please disregard the mileage unless it is verified by an independent mileage search. A mileage investigation will be carried out by your chosen dealer.
SEAT UK Stock vehicles can be sourced through your local dealer. Price may vary by dealer.