Wednesday, June 1, 2011

2011 SEAT Exeo Review

Casual elegance ST Exeo SEAT Exeo sedan and dynamics of real estate will become the automatic choice for professional drivers and individuals with the debut of Paris last year with a new transmission option.

Drivers seeking an additional level of complexity beyond Exeo established sporting prowess, is the new gearbox multitronic continuously variable to debut in France Exeo present a convincing alternative to the six-speed manual.


This powerful automatic transmission is mated to 143 hp (105 kW) 2.0 TDI common rail diesel injection. When the average fuel consumption of just 5.8 liters per 100 km * (48.7 mpg), this option allows you to connect to the sophisticated and dynamic seat brand high efficiency and simplicity of a classic auto.

The multitronic continuously variable electronically controlled working on fundamentals, so that the motor can operate continuously at optimum efficiency. Dynamic drivers offer a sports program, which causes the shift at high revs, and a manual mode is controlled by steering wheel shift paddles.


Meanwhile comfort and dynamics of the multitronic box the new economy offers impressive. The mechanical efficiency and wide dissemination of this report hello-box technology ensures low fuel consumption and emissions.

There have been other significant changes in the range Exeo also now account for more spacious and comfortable car.


Small but significant revisions to the front and rear seat back design results in a much larger rear cabin. Thank you to the redesigned front and rear seats, rear seats now increased by 44 mm without sacrificing comfort or luggage space.

Of course, quality is a key Exeo and the final audit unveiled at the Paris Show car also underline the ambition of Seat to make the most desirable model in its class. New rear lights with LED technology - are offered in combination with bi-xenon headlights - using hi-technology Exeo immediately apparent.