MPG From 44.8 - 58.9
Co2 From 120 - 143 g/km
MPG From 34.9 - 58.9
Co2 From 127 - 183 g/km
MPG From 47.9 - 54.3
Co2 From 117 - 135 g/km
MPG From 41.5 - 65.7
Co2 From 113 - 154 g/km
MPG From 32.1 - 52.3
Co2 From 143 - 200 g/km
Starting life as a manufacturer of badge-engineered Fiats, Seat struck out on its own in 1982, before joining the Volkswagen Group in 1986. It’s because of these experiences that Seat has grown to be a staple on British roads, becoming the sporty youthful brother to the VW brand. One of the major reasons behind Seat’s success is the styling of its models, which ooze Iberian sportiness and cool.
Whether you’re looking for a practical estate, a nimble hatchback or a stylish coupe, Seat’s got you covered. There’s something for everyone in its expansive range: from a small city car in the Mii to the award-winning Ibiza hatchback for those seeking a powerful drive and practical interior. For eco-conscious drivers, Seat also offers an all-electric variant of the Mii, with a claimed electric range of 161 miles and one of the lowest price tag of any EV.
Connectivity is set to be a priority in new models over the next few years, thanks to a deal with Samsung, a Seat ConnectApp, Full Link connectivity and Connect models with extra kit. Comfort is also paramount, with the compact Ateca SUV having received high praise for its modern styling and impressive durability, offering the practicality and safety of a much larger vehicle.
The brand also prioritises convenience - for example, the Mii’s electric battery is covered by a warranty that lasts for eight years or 100,000 miles and is guaranteed to hold 70% of its range during that time. It takes just four hours to charge the battery to 80% from a standard 7kW home charger, and a little under an hour when using a rapid charger.
Both Seat and the VW Group are committed to making electric cars “for millions of people rather than for millionaires”, investing in developing engines and tech improvements that will help lower the cost of electric and hybrid models.