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Seat Alhambra review

£30,415 - £38,270
Published: 13 Jan 2015
Marred as the whipping boy of the VW Group, Seat has produced a highly credible MPV

Good stuff

VW quality, class and space at Spanish prices

Bad stuff

Those Spanish prices aren't as low as they used to be


What is it?

Ah, poor old Seat. Forever chastised as the leech of VW Group, with its showrooms full of re-badged VWs and Audis. Used to be Fiats, though, so count your blessings. In a parallel universe the Alhambra could have been a Multipla. As it is, it’s a slightly cheaper VW Sharan, and that means it’s a very functional, very massive seven-seat MPV. Not even remotely sporting, despite Seat’s brand goals, but then the Ford S-Max has sporty MPVs wrapped up anyway.

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Our choice from the range

What's the verdict?

Seat’s most complete car. It has no real weaknesses – but we just know you’d rather have the VW…

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