With the SEAT Tarraco just new hit showrooms around the UK, the seven seater is SUV is perfect for the growing demands of a family. Read the article below and find out why the seven seater is fit for family life.
The SEAT Tarraco design is brimming with interesting attributes. For such a large car, it hides its size well with the grille and LED headlights dominating the face. 17-inch alloy wheels come as standard, as well as ambient lighting, three-zone climate control, auto headlights and wipers, cruise control and parking sensors. On the inside, the eight-inch touchscreen infotainment includes bright display and smartphone connectivity. The infotainment has even been compared to Audi’s Virtual Cockpit, the current tech to beat.
There is no doubt that the SEAT Tarraco is a capable family car, it’s very accommodating on the inside with comfortable seating, ample space, unique styling and materials that are both modern and durable for sticky hands and muddy feet. Long distance driving is encouraged with spacious interior, comfort and practicality. The SUV is easily recommended for large families with the back row of seats ideal for children and small teens. Storage options are next to none, with quirky features such as ice scrapers behind the fuel cap and umbrellas in doors. You really will feel comfortable wherever you go, and if you need a little extra room, the back row of seats fold down creating 700 litres of boot space.
The SEAT Tarraco is designed with your safety in mind and flooded with first-class features including front assist with bicycle detection, lane keep assist and emergency calls across the whole range. Plus, for the first time, SEAT has pre-crash assist which can react in two-tenths of a second if an accident is about to occur. It tightens seatbelts, activates hazards, rolls up windows and closes the sunroof. You will never have to worry about the safety of your family in a car again.
The SEAT Tarraco is remarkably good to drive with responsive steering, different driving models turbocharged engines. The entry level 1.5 litre is kitted out with a six-speed manual gearbox, it will comfortably accelerate to 0-62mph in a steady 9.2 seconds. Topping the range is a 2.0 litre TSI and seven speed DSG transmission and 4Drive four-wheel drive. Moving on to the diesel models, both are available in 2.0 TDI with either 158bhp or 187bhp.