Seat has officially unveiled the refreshed Alhambra MPV

Seat has officially unveiled the refreshed Alhambra MPV.

Volkswagen revealed the facelifted Sharan last month during the Geneva Motor Show and now it’s Seat’s turn to update its family vehicle. The Spanish car received only minor visual changes including new LED headlights, as well as a redesigned radiator grille and new alloy wheels. Inside the cabin there are a new steering wheel, a revised center console and new chrome trim.

The “completely redeveloped” engine lineup starts with a 2.0-liter TDI unit with 115 PS (85 kW), which needs only 4.9 liters of fuel per 100 km at 130 grams of CO2 emissions per km. The diesel range also includes 2.0 TDI units with 150 PS (110 kW) and 184 PS (135 kW). On the petrol side there is a choice between two TSI powerplants with 150 PS (110 kW) and 220 PS (162 kW).

All engines comply with the Euro 6 emissions and can be mated to a DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission, with the only exception being the the entry-level diesel. Seat says “the turbocharged direct-injection units are up to 15 percent more fuel efficient” than before.

The new Alhambra comes with a new generation of the Easy Connect infotainment system. Available as a standard is the multi-collision brake, while the Blind-Spot Sensor and the DCC adaptive chassis control are offered at an extra cost.

Additional information is available at the press release section below.

Gallery: Seat Alhambra facelift breaks cover with improved engine lineup