The steering wheel moves for both reach and rake, and the driver's seat is height-adjustable, so most people should be able to make themselves comfortable. Unfortunately, the dashboard layout isn't quite as successful because the centre console is overloaded with buttons that are difficult to tell apart at a glance.
Seat Exeo Saloon space & practicality
The Exeo has plenty of space up front, but the rear seats are a bit tight on both head- and legroom; a Volkswagen Jetta is more generous on both counts. The boot doesn’t measure up to the biggest in the class, either, but it’s a decent size and well shaped, while split-folding rear backrests are standard.
Seat Exeo Saloon equipment
All models get alloys, climate control, electric windows, cruise control, Bluetooth and an MP3 input socket. SE adds automatic lights and wipers, rear parking sensors and front-seat lumbar adjustment, while Sport includes sports seats, tinted rear windows and bi-xenon headlights. SE and Sport can be upgraded with a Tech pack, which includes sat-nav, leather upholstery and an upgraded stereo.