The new Seat X-Perience will be available in September. Here is what TopGear have to say
Having already launched a five-door hatchback, three-door coupe, hotted-up and wagonised version of the rather good new Leon, Seat has just unveiled another flavour: the crossover. As for the engines, there are two of the usual MQB four-cylinder diesels available. The most powerful is the 182bhp 2.0-litre diesel which is hooked up to a DSG transmission as standard.
Much like the Skoda Octavia Scout and Audi A6 Allroad, the X-Perience hasn’t adopted a full juggernaut suit, but sports lightweight armour: there’s some extra cladding on the door sills and wheel arches, a 15mm increase in ride height, plusa Haldex multi-plate clutch four-wheel drive system.
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