Tag : SEAT
Luke Wikner reflects back on six months behind the wheel of SEAT’s impressive Leon e-Hybrid.
Is the Leon estate, like the hatch, more evolution than revolution? Martyn Collins ponders.
Ateca gets styling changes and tech upgrades, while remaining a great drive, says Martyn Collins.
With the autumnal cold comes a greater demand on an EV’s electricity demand.
SEAT is to supply more than 700 Ibiza FR models to M Group Services, marking the carmaker’s biggest-ever fleet order.
Could this Leon be the car to topple the Golf? Martyn Collins gets behind the wheel.
Could the new Leon be the car to topple the Golf in the lower-medium class? Martyn Collins goes for a drive.
The fifth-generation Ibiza is an important car for SEAT.
Cupra, the fledgling performance arm of SEAT, has revealed its first standalone model, the Formentor – alongside the new SEAT and Cupra Leon.
Fleets should take note of the new Leon, which brings plug-in power and a more grown up attitude to the table, says Jonathan Musk.
Luca de Meo has been appointed as head of Renault, following his decision to step down as president of SEAT.
The fourth-generation SEAT Leon has been unveiled, which aims to continue successful sales of the outgoing model while also adding appeal for fleets.
Nissan’s pioneering work in both electric vehicle powertrains and advanced intelligent technologies is to come under the spotlight at this week’s Great British Fleet Event, demonstrating … Read More »
Martyn Collins reckons the Mii Electric is a promising start for SEAT as the brand progresses its move towards electrification.
The latest seven-seater SUV to arrive on our test fleet, the SEAT Tarraco has been very much welcomed, says Natalie Middleton. Having driven the Peugeot 5008 … Read More »
SEAT’s electric offensive has begun with the Mii electric – a Volkswagen e-up! based car – with a WLTP stated range of 161.5 miles per charge.
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association has chosen petrol-powered SEAT Arona to replace its diesel high-mileage fleet.
Tarraco follows a common path, but Martyn Collins reckons this SEAT has plenty to offer fleet buyers.
SEAT has further enhanced its services for fleets and company car drivers with a new benefits package.
Seat’s new flagship offers impressive quality and practicality, reckons Martyn Collins.
In a challenging UK market, SEAT’s focus on wider appeal and straightforward interactions is reaping rewards, according to head of fleet Peter McDonald. By Alex Grant.
Seat is targeting ongoing growth with large corporate fleets with the forthcoming Tarraco seven-seat SUV, with options set to include a plug-in hybrid version after launch.
Seat’s Arona could just be what the market wants and needs, finds Jonathan Musk…
SEAT will no longer offer optional extras across the model range, aimed at simplifying the ordering process following positive pilot on the Arona compact SUV.
Seat’s latest sales results show year-on-year fleet and true fleet sales growth.
Lindsay Ephgrave has joined Seat as the new area fleet manager for the East.
Volkswagen and Seat have announced recalls for a number of models in their small car ranges due to an issue with seatbelt safety.
Visitors to tomorrow’s Fleet Show at Silverstone will be able to test-drive the entire, award-winning range from Seat, including rare performance models.