SEAT Altea freetrack 4 prices announced | News | TestDriven

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SEAT Altea freetrack

4 announced

The SEAT Altea 4 will be available in two models – the 2.0-litre TSI 200 PS and the 2.0-litre TDI 170 PS, at £20,495 and £21,395 respectively

Emoción#8217; is moving from track to #8216;freetrack#8217; this as a rugged new all-road car from goes on sale #8211; the freetrack 4. And to whet appetites in SEAT UK is today announcing for this exciting new vehicle.

Two models will be available, a brace of powerful engines the 2.0-litre TSI 200 PS and the 2.0-litre TDI 170 PS, priced at and £21,395 respectively. Sitting at the top of the Altea family, the Altea 4 is the most lavishly equipped of the with a plethora of equipment as standard.

SEAT Altea 4 pricing

2.0-litre TSI: £20,495

TDI: £21,395

The sophisticated system is a highlight, comprising a 7#8243; screen with RCA that allows a link to a DVD video games, a laptop and even an MP3 player. This way the is transmitted through the car#8217;s system.

Further standard-fit on the Altea freetrack 4 include zone climate control, sensor wipers, parking cruise control, trip light sensor headlights, and a CD MP3 with steering-wheel mounted Rear door window are also fitted as standard, are stored neatly within the when not required. Safety includes ESP (Electronic Stabilisation six airbags and a tyre pressure system.

The Altea freetrack 4 is the first designed to be driven off-road. To end, it features Haldex-type drive transmission, an extra 40 mm of clearance and 4#215;4-inspired styling over and above the Altea XL, on the new model is based.

Performance is in line with sporty image: for example, the 2.0 TSI has a speed of 133 mph, with 0 to 62 mph 7.5 seconds, while the 2.0 TDI boasts of 127 mph and 8.7 seconds respectively. Despite turn of speed, the two models#8217; is impressive #8211; not just for vehicles, but in absolute terms with respective figures of mpg and 41.5 mpg.

Visually, the freetrack 4 is very striking. The distinctive features are the imposing front and rear bumpers, are linked to each other by a moulding that runs the waistline. New and exclusive 17#8243; wheels and larger diameter complete the look.

The newcomer#8217;s Haldex-type transmission a hydro-mechanical connection and electronic This flexible arrangement that in normal use, is fully transferred to the front (which helps improve economy), but as traction deteriorates, up to 50% can be distributed to the rear as required.

The Altea freetrack 4 is also than up to dealing with the task of being the main car. With a huge 490 boot, picnic tables, rails and a split rear-seat can move back and forth by as as 16 cm, this SEAT is great for not Mum and Dad, but the whole tribe.

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