Used bargain: Seat Exeo – What Car?

20 Oct 2014 | Author: | Comments Off on Used bargain: Seat Exeo – What Car?

Used bargain: Seat

The Seat Exeo is often as a new car, with people put off by its underpinnings and an interior that rival the class best

However, many buyers to be put off, which means are plenty of Seat Exeos on the used market . While the and BMWs of this small class might be better to the higher depreciation of the Seat be enough to make it an attractive proposition.

The Exeo was introduced in 2008, as a saloon and estate, but got a face-lift in It’s the earlier cars we are on, and with an abundance of diesel on offer at decent prices; this engine type we recommend.

There are 1.6- and 1.8-litre engines to be had, but they’re for good reason: weak values, low power and poor economy.

Our favourite engine is the 2.0 diesel. It develops a healthy ft of torque, manages more 50mpg and has CO2 emissions of 129g/km – makes it liable for just road tax. There’s a diesel if you need the extra but expect running costs to go up

All Exeos get alloys, climate four electric windows, control Bluetooth and iPod as standard. We’d take of low resale values and go for SE trim, This adds automatic and wipers, parking sensors, and support.

Sport cars get windows and sports seats.

after something a bit more can add a Tech pack to SE and Sport which adds sat-nav, seats and an upgraded stereo. Go for SE and you’re treated to bi-xenon too.

Keep the ST estate version in if you need the extra space. pay a premium for it, but the 442-litre boot is a shape, if not the biggest in this

There have been no for the Exeo, and there haven’t many complaints with the inside, either. Some have reported leaking washer fluid, though, and oil usage.

The earliest high-mileage examples are on the for less than £6000. The was popular with business so most of the miles are likely to been done on motorways, the usual service history are needed. Go for our favourite 2.0 TDI SE saloon on a with around 40,000 and you can expect to pay in the region of £9000.

We found these on the forecourt…

Exeo 2.0 TDI CR 143 SE

’09/09, 38,400 £8850

Seat Exeo ST 2.0 TDI CR 143 SE Tourer

’09/59, 39,500 £9800

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