2005 Seat Altea
The SEAT Altea is a compact MPV built by SEAT and named after Altea, Spain. The vehicle was designed by the Italian Walter de'Silva and launched in 2004 as the first example of SEAT's new corporate look. The current Toledo is identical except for the addition of a larger boot.
This MPV was released in 2004, a few years after many of its competitors arriving on the scene, but it was expected to sell well. However, it exceeded expectations and 31,223 Alteas were sold within the first year.
It is a family-oriented 5-seater which attempts to portray a more sporty image than most of its rivals. The car is based on the A platform, the same as several other cars from the Volkswagen Group, such as the compact MPVs Volkswagen Golf Plus and Volkswagen Touran.
It has a five star EuroNCAP rating. There are five trim levels: Essence, Reference, Reference Sport, Stylance, Sport and FR. Eleven engines are available, with the range-topping 2.0 FR TDI delivering 170 bhp, available since April 2006.
Seat Altea model 2005 gallery
- 2005 Seat Altea 1.6
- 2009 Seat Ibiza Ecomotive
- 2011 Seat IBL Concept
- 2006 Seat Altea FR Prototype
- 2009 Seat Ibiza IBZ Concept
- 2003 Seat Salsa Emocion Concept
- 2007 Seat Altea Freetrack Concept
- 2003 Seat Salsa Concept
- 1999 Seat Leon 1.9 TDI
- 1998 Seat Bolero 330 BT Concept
- 1999 Seat Formula Concept
- 2008 Seat Bocanegra SportCoupe Concept
- 2006 Seat Ibiza
- 2004 Seat Toledo Prototype
- 2006 Seat Leon WTCC