Seat Altea 1.9tdi Stylance Reviews
Product Type: Seat cars
Newest Review: ... when the Seat pulled up in my driveway! However, it is a great looking MPV (which is more than can be said for a lot of ... more
Customer Seat Altea 1.9tdi Stylance Reviews (5)
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 475 readings)
When you think of all the great car producing countries around the world you automatically think of the USA, Japan, Germany & that once great car producing country, the UK. Spain is not one you think much of but in actual fact both Nissan & Ford produce cars in Spain & the country has been producing its own cars since 1953, namely Seat (pronounce it See-at). Early Seat models were made under license from Fiat in Italy but it helped to kick start their motor industry, Seat vehicles were only sold in Spain. It wasn't until the mid 1980s that Seat took the brave step to produce a model of its own, the Ibiza. This 'supermini' was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/10 (Useful, 238 readings)
Previously we had a Renault Scenic as our family car, but decided to get a slightly smaller car now the kids were a bit older and prams and buggies were needed no more. We've had our Altea now for 2 years and covered about 20,000 miles and havent had any problems so far (touch wood). I was under the impression that Seat were just the same engines as Volkswagon, however I feel this cars quite noisy compared to the Golf TDi I had a few years ago. Its a good car to drive, the wife and I both like it, its good round town and on motorways. It also feels safe. The engines acceleration, mpg (about 40-45) and reliability are all fine, its no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/12 (Useful, 102 readings)
In October my partner and I decided it was time to upgrade our car to something a bit more practical to accommodate our 1 year old daughter. Having driven smaller cars for most of my driving days I was a little nervous when the Seat pulled up in my driveway! However, it is a great looking MPV (which is more than can be said for a lot of them), with a smart interior and plenty of visibility. It comes with handy little extras like cup holders and a sliding parcel shelf. The boot is extremely spacious and easily fits the pram and shopping in. The engine is a little bit noisy, but if like myself you do mostly dual carriageway driving then it's not a problem and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/10 (Useful, 226 readings)
I bought this car 5 years ago when we had our first child, I had the Seat Arosa before that and absolutley loved it, however with babies comes so much excess baggage and there was just not enough room!! I use the Altea all the time and have found it a great family safe and secure car to be in, I have since had an additional child and I have no inclination to change the car as yet, it drives well, it is a bigger car ideal for famalies but not too big to feel like you are driving a tank!! You can have a child seat and a booster chair in the back nd still have room for Nannie in the back to keep them occupied on a long journey!! The only downfall for me is the hieght of ... Read the complete review
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