The full release provide of the Seat Altea and Seat Altea XL 2009 range contains 35 various versions divided into two body styles, nine motor choices - five petrol and four Diesel, four gearboxes (5 and 6-speed manual, and 6 and 7-speed DSG), and three versions - Reference, Style and Sport. The provide is full with a new entry-level version and the Seat Altea Freetrack model, which is available with either two or four-wheel drive and the Sport trim level.
The new Seat Altea 2009 range is available with a broad equipment list as traditional. The entry-level version features the 85 hp 1. 4 and 90 hp 1. 9 TDI engines on the Seat Altea and only the 90 hp 1. 9 TDI on the Seat Altea XL, with components such as ABS and TCS, ESP with EBA, driver and passenger airbag, side airbags, head airbag, back Isofix anchoring points, front performance one-touch anti-trap windows, remote controlled central locking, tinted glass, 15 inch metal rims, 195/65 tyres, double headlights, anti-theft roof aerial, sliding back seatings, cargo compartments on the sides of the front and back seatings, central control panel cargo compartment, cargo hooks on the boot sides and back parcel shelf with cargo compartments, among others.
As with the Seat León, the Seat Altea range continues with the Reference version, which builds on the entry-level version with trip computer, CD radio + MP3 + 6 speakers + Aux in, low tyre pressure warning, climate control, body colour door mirrors and handles, front active headrests (on the Seat Altea XL) and back door folding shades (also on the Seat Altea XL).
With the arrival of the 2010 version of the Seat León Cupra, the range's most comprehensive and spectacular vehicle now features even more cool looks due to several components presented on the dashboard and the look, making it the ideal extension of the Seat León that is making phenomenal strides at the WTCC World Touring Vehicle Championship.
The most obvious is the new silhouette, featuring sophisticated, high-tech black honeycomb cooling vents at the front beneath the central grille. The front bumper houses two further black highlights, one at every side, with the word Cupra immediately visible on the left.
The back features a prominent black moulding at the bottom of the bumper, a polished metal oval tailpipe and the characteristic model name in the centre of the hatch.
A side exterior at the Seat León Cupra reveals a lower ground clearance compared to the general León version, making the vehicle exterior and feel more like a racing unit. The spectacular 18 inch rims, eye-catching wheel arches and black encased door mirrors are all distinctive traits of the Seat model.