Seat Alhambra Car 2011

Seat Alhambra Car Review Summary

 The Alhambras has features in common with both the Sharan and the Galaxy. The Alhambras is less well-known in the UK due to the brands less prominent badge. The Alhambras drives similar to the Sharan, and has the same line of engines on offer.
The Alhambras offers good value for money and makes excellent use of cabin space. The cars comes with generous levels of specification. The cars has borrowed many of its interior parts from Volkswagen.
The SEAT Alhambras cabin boasts quality materials and the controls have a quality feel. The seats are supportive and comfortable even on longer trips. The cabin provides several storage compartments for all of the odds and ends.
The SEAT Alhambras comes standard with a six speed manual gearbox. The SE and Sport models add even more generous levels of equipment. The Alhambras provides many creature comforts.
The best engine choice is the TDi PD with either 115bhp or 130bhp. Both offer plenty of power and deliver a refined driving experience. The other engines on offer are adequate but can’t live up to the 115bhp or 130bhp engines.
Handling is good in all SEAT Alhambras Car models 2011. Steering is accurate but lacks feel. Body-roll has been controlled but the car’s size can make it difficult to maneuver through crowded streets and parking lots.
"Innovation and intelligence are the keywords for our new SEAT Alhambra. It represents a major step forward in terms of usability as well as dynamics and safety," says James Muir, President of SEAT, S.A. "Its impressive concept combines the highest levels of functionality and state-of-the-art technology with excellent quality and workmanship. This also includes - in typical SEAT fashion - exceptional good value-for-money."


Post a Comment