Pricing and specifications for the all-new SEAT Tarraco SUV have been confirmed, with order books now open.
Entry-level SE models start at £28,320, and boast metallic paint, DAB digital radio, 17-inch alloy wheels and three-zone climate control as standard equipment. Building on that is SE Technology, which adds satellite navigation, rear privacy glass and 18-inch alloys — with a price of £29,330.
Next in the range is the £30,410 Xcellence trim, adding wireless phone charging, adaptive cruise control, a reversing camera, an electric tailgate, 19-inch alloy wheels and Alcantara upholstery.
Topping the range is Xcellence Lux, which brings a top-view camera, 20-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery and a winter pack — including heated front seats — to the SUV. Prices for this grade start at £32,135.
Two petrol engines, two diesel
Two petrol engines will be available at launch for the SEAT Tarraco. First up is a 1.5-litre unit, developing 150hp which is sent to the front wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox. The second is a 2.0-litre, 190hp option paired up to a seven-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive.
There’s also a duo of 2.0-litre diesel engines, which are also available in 150hp and 190hp outputs and can be had in both drivetrain configurations found on petrol alternatives.
At launch, a number of ‘First Edition’ models will also be on offer. SE Technology First Edition 1.5 TSI adds a rear-view camera, ‘safe driving pack’, rear privacy glass and wireless phone charging and is priced at £30,475.
Next up is the Xcellence First Edition, bringing 20-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof plus both the winter and safe driving packs. It’s available for £33,260 with the 150hp petrol option, or £34,745 in 148bhp diesel form.
Finally, Xcellence First Edition Plus adds a Beats audio system and electric driver’s seat to the range-topping trim. In 190hp petrol guise, it’s priced at £38,020, while 190hp diesel variants cost £39,505. No word yet on delivery dates.