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Quality and precision manufacturing processes and materials were
the underlying requirements when designing and producing the
SEAT Exeo, resulting in an extremely dynamic, safe and lively
Distinctive elegant styling abounds on the new SEAT Exeo.
On the exterior, both the front and rear ends are clearly
indicative of the Spanish brand's image - it is sporty, with fluid
forms, soft curves and prominent wings that heighten the car's
athletic looks. Finally, the unmistakable grille, larger on this
model, and the proportion of glass to vehicle body lend an even
greater sporty look to the car.
The new Exeo's assertive personality is enhanced with
spectacular 19-inch alloy rims that are hard to miss, as well as
the twin tailpipe at either end of the bumper.
The extraordinarily ergonomic interior is particularly
comfortable. At the front of the passenger compartment the
dashboard lines flow towards the door panels and the driver-facing
central console, creating a visible wrap-around effect. The
two-tone instrument panel's great looks are completed with dark
brown wood inserts.
The colour scheme used on the interior is particularly
interesting. Called "magnolia", it creates a feeling of
spaciousness with light tones. The comfortable leather seats and
Alcantara lining on pillars and ceiling also combine to create a
harmonic feeling of fluidity, style and roominess.
The arrival of state-of-the-art common rail Diesel engines in
the new SEAT Exeo is another major plus point for the range.
The launch includes five engine choices, three petrol and two
Diesel, of which four are turbocharged. They all comply with the
EU5 emissions legislation, making SEAT's new saloon the first model
in this segment whose entire range is EU5-compliant. All the models
are equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox, although a 2.0 TSI
engine with Multitronic automatic sequential gearbox is in the
Common rail Diesel engines
All the SEAT Exeo common rail Diesel engines share the
2.0-litre four cylinder engine basis of the Volkswagen Group, which
deliver 120, 143 and 170 hp. They all feature piezoelectric
injectors for faster injection, and the common rail system that
enhances flexibility. The specially shaped pistons improve
combustion, and pre-combustion has also been worked on. They are
all equipped with a DPF particulate filter near the engine, which
improves efficiency. A complete acoustics package has also been
developed, where the engine cover and a counter rotating shaft
considerably reduce engine noise.
The 120 hp (88 kW) version is arriving in September 2009. Its
emissions figures will be 143 grammes of CO2 per kilometre (figure
pending homologation). The lowest powered launch version features
an output of 143 hp (105 kW) and maximum engine torque of 320 Nm
between 1,750 and 2,500 rpm. Its combined average fuel consumption
is 5.5 litres for every 100 kilometres with emissions of 143
grammes of CO2 per kilometre.
The most powerful Diesel engine on the new SEAT Exeo
delivers 170 hp (125 kW). This performance figure stems from
greater turbo pressure and an enhanced water pump, as well as the
addition of a double intercooler as the one on the 143 hp version.
It delivers a maximum engine torque of 350 Nm between 1,750 and
2,500 rpm, and despite its power surge, combined fuel consumption
is only 5.9 litres for every 100 kilometres, with emission levels
of 153 g of CO2 per kilometre.