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Our Fleet Test Drive: Seat Exeo ST - 2nd Report

Date: 28 April 2010   |   Author: Rachel Burgess

Parked up at the park

On one hand, the Exeo is a good-size estate, which is attractive as it doesn't suffer from the disadvantage of looking long.

On the other hand, it might be a bit small in terms of the practicality expected of a tourer model. With two child car seats in the back, one positioned centrally, there isn't much room for an adult as well. The lucky grown-up who tried this found themselves sitting hunched up to one side.

So, while it might be suitable for three backseat children (yet to be tested), for two kids and three adults in total, this isn't a particularly comfortable solution.

Seat Exeo ST 2.0 TDI 143hp
Claimed combined
Our average
P11D price£21,215
Model price range£19,775-£24,285
CO2 (tax) 143g/km (20%)
BIK 20/40% per month£71/£141
Service interval£1937
Why we’re running itTo see whether Seat’s first
upper medium competitor
is a serious proposition
PositiveFresh face for the
estate market
NegativeNot as big as it
looks for an estate