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Used Seat Ateca 16-present review

Used Seat Ateca 16-present
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Which used Seat Ateca estate should I buy?

If you don’t do very many miles, the 1.0 or 1.4 TSI engines are more than up to the job. They don’t manage to achieve the same fuel economy as the diesels, but they’re not a million miles away.

The 148bhp 2.0 diesel is the one that offers the best blend of performance and economy, especially if you need a car to haul family and luggage on longer trips. You can have it in front-wheel-drive form, which makes it almost as economical as the smaller, less powerful 1.6 diesel.

S trim is a little on the basic side, and while it does get ou air conditioning, automatic emergency braking, 16in alloy wheels and a multifunction steering wheel, its 5.0in touchscreen infotainment system isn’t the easiest to operate on the move.

You are better off finding an SE model, which adds all you really need to the SUV: cruise control, rear parking sensors, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring, Bluetooth, climate control and a rear centre armrest.

SE Technology adds LED headlights and sat-nav.

FR versions look sportier with body colour exterior trim, gloss black grille and sports seats inside the car.

Top-of-the-line Xcellence brings additional creature comforts such as heated leather seats, reversing camera and automatic lights and wipers.

As far as we’re concerned, SE still offers the best value for money on the used market; don’t pay over the odds for higher-specification versions.

Our favourite Seat Ateca: 1.4 TSI 150 SE manual

 

Used Seat Ateca 16-present

Which used Seat Ateca estate should I buy?

If you don’t do very many miles, the 1.0 or 1.4 TSI engines are more than up to the job. They don’t manage to achieve the same fuel economy as the diesels, but they’re not a million miles away.

The 148bhp 2.0 diesel is the one that offers the best blend of performance and economy, especially if you need a car to haul family and luggage on longer trips. You can have it in front-wheel-drive form, which makes it almost as economical as the smaller, less powerful 1.6 diesel.

S trim is a little on the basic side, and while it does get ou air conditioning, automatic emergency braking, 16in alloy wheels and a multifunction steering wheel, its 5.0in touchscreen infotainment system isn’t the easiest to operate on the move.

You are better off finding an SE model, which adds all you really need to the SUV: cruise control, rear parking sensors, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring, Bluetooth, climate control and a rear centre armrest.

SE Technology adds LED headlights and sat-nav.

FR versions look sportier with body colour exterior trim, gloss black grille and sports seats inside the car.

Top-of-the-line Xcellence brings additional creature comforts such as heated leather seats, reversing camera and automatic lights and wipers.

As far as we’re concerned, SE still offers the best value for money on the used market; don’t pay over the odds for higher-specification versions.

Our favourite Seat Ateca: 1.4 TSI 150 SE manual

 

Used Seat Ateca 16-present
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