SEAT I-TECH models announced
Special edition I-TECH models added to SEAT Mii, Ibiza, Toledo and Alhambra ranges
Last year, SEAT announced the arrival of a special edition SEAT Altea I-TECH, which added a long list of standard equipment for no extra cash. Today, the Spanish car maker has rolled out the high value trim across the Mii, Ibiza, Toledo and Alhambra ranges.
The SEAT Mii I-TECH replaces the SEAT Mii Toca and costs from £9,995. It’s powered by the lower-powered 59bhp 1.0-litre petrol engine and can return 62.8mpg. Standard equipment includes 14-inch alloy wheels, sat-nav, Bluetooth and black upholstery.
Next in line is the SEAT Ibiza I-TECH, available in three-door SC, five-door hatchback and practical estate versions, each one is based on the popular SE trim and prices start at £13,790. All models use the 1.2-litre TSI petrol engine and feature 16-inch alloy wheels, I-TECH badging and unique blue cloth and leather seats.
The SEAT Toldeo I-TECH slots in above the existing SE model, to sit at the top of the Toledo range. Like the Ibiza, the Toledo I-TECH adds 16-inch alloy wheels, but gets grey suede-like Alcantara and leather seats – instead of blue. Prices start at £17,015 and represent a £200 saving should you choose to add the items separately.
Finishing the new special edition range is the SEAT Alhambra I-TECH. It slots between the SE and SE Lux trims, and adds 17-inch alloy wheels, sports-style front seats, keyless entry and keyless start. It also benefits from SEAT’s media system, featuring touchscreen sat-nav, DAB radio and Bluetooth connectivity.
Prices for the Alhambra I-TECH start from £28,630, with the DSG automatic gearbox commanding a premium of £1,285. All models get the powerful 138bhp 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine.
For more information on the current SEAT range, including video reviews of all the models mentioned above, visit the Carbuyer SEAT reviews page.
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