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There is a lot to like about the Seat Tarraco. It’s enjoyable to drive, generously equipped and one of the safest cars in its class, but it isn’t as versatile as the very best large SUVs.get the best price
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Entry-level SE models are reasonably equipped, with 17in alloy wheels, three-zone climate control, automatic wipers and power-folding door mirrors. We reckon it’s worth upgrading to SE Technology trim, though, not only for its sat-nav but also because it brings upmarket features such as 18in wheels and tinted rear windows.
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We reckon the 148bhp 2.0 TDI 150 offers the best balance between performance and economy, with plenty of low-down pulling power
Coarse engine and laggy infotainment, but a classy interi...
It lacks seven seats and the rear space of some rivals, but th...
One of the best seven-seat SUVs, as well as one of the most af...
A fine SUV, particularly in plug-in hybrid (PHEV) form