The Seat Alhambra is clever, spacious and good to drive. It's a fantastic MPVread the full model review
S trim is the entry-level option, but it comes pretty well equipped. 16in alloy wheels, 1 6.5in touchscreen with USB and aux connections and Bluetooth, a multifunction steering wheel, front and rear electric windows and three-zone climate controls are all standard.,
Engine:2.0 TDI Ecomotive
Our pick of the range. Being cheaper and more economical than the higher-powered 184, this 150 version has a lot going for it. In truth, while there’s a noticeable difference in performance between the two diesels, this 150 provides easily enough torque to haul a fully laden Alhambra up the steepest hills.