Seat’s design revolution does not begin with the facelifted 7N Alhambra people mover, which gains drivetrain and tech upgrades like those applied to the Volkswagen Sharan.
Design-wise there’s LED tail-lights, a new grille with a prominent Seat logo and revise wheel designs.
Under the bonnet, the new Seat Alhambra can be had with a 2-litre turbo-diesel engine. Three states of tune are available: 85kW (115PS); 110kW (150PS); and 135kW (184PS) with 380Nm of torque. The 110kW (150PS) diesel version can be optioned with 4Drive permanent all-wheel drive.
Petrol buyers can choose from either the entry-level 110kW (150PS) engine or a more powerful 162kW (220PS) motor with 350Nm of torque.
Every engine, except the 85kW (115PS) diesel, can be fitted with a dual-clutch automated transmission with engine-disconnect on coasting.
Tech available includes blind-spot monitoring, new touchscreen entertainment systems, automated braking, adaptive chassis control, massaging seats, and keyless entry and start.