SEAT Announced New Engine Lineup

The Spanish car maker Seat is offering new engines for the Ibiza, Leon, Altea and Exeo models, increasing the options for customers and overall efficiency.

The Ibzia gets the new 105 hp 1.2 TSI unit with a manual gearbox on its ECOMOTIVE version and a DSG gearbox to replace the 105 hp 1.6 engine, while the Altea and Leon range now features the 140 hp 2.0 TDI engine with common rail technology and manual or DSG gearbox.

As for Exeo, that gets a new entry-level petrol engine – the 120 hp 1.8 TSI that is taking the place of the 102 hp 1.6.


So what about the economy figures for this new lineup The 1.2 liter unit in Ibzia averages only 5.1 litres for every 100 km, and its CO2 emissions level of only 119 g/km on the Ibiza ECOMOTIVE. Then we have the high-performance 140 hp 2.0 TDI CR engine which features a reduced emissions figure of 125 g/km (compared to 147 g/km of the previous model) and an average fuel consumption of only 4.8 litres per 100 kilometres.

Menahwhile the average fuel consumption for Exeo’s 1.8 liter unit  has dropped by 3% to 7.3 litres per 100 km in the saloon and 7.4 litres in the Exeo ST estate version.

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