Cookies at Which? We use cookies to help improve our sites. If you continue, we'll assume that you're happy to accept our cookies. Find out more about cookies

Exeo ST – Seat’s first ever large estate

New Seat Exeo estate is based on the old Audi A4
Seat Exeo ST

Seat unveils Exeo ST

Seat has announced that it will be building an estate version of the Exeo, badged Exeo ST.

Sign up to the Which? Car email to receive our video coverage from the Geneva motor show

The Exeo is essentially Seat’s version of the previous generation Audi A4, and was a surprise package at the 2008 Paris motor show. 

The Exeo ST will be offered in all the same trim levels as the saloon: S, SE, Sport and SE Lux. It has 442 litres of boot space.

Exeo equipment is generous

Seat Exeo solar roof

Sunroof harnesses solar power for ventilation

Standard equipment on the Exeo ST includes Bluetooth, dual-zone climate control and cruise control. Engines are two varieties of 2.0-litre common rail turbodiesel, plus a 2.0-litre turbo petrol for the sportiest version.

No prices have been touted yet, but if the Exeo saloon is anything to go by it will offer fair value.

Exeo to offer exciting options

Meanwhile, Seat has also confirmed options for the Exeo will include a state of the art DVD sat nav system, heat reflective windscreen coating, double glazing, and a sunroof embedded with solar panels. This powers the ventilation system even when the engine is off – helping to reduce cabin temperatures. Very cool…


Sign up to the Which? Car newsletter

Sign up to the Which? Car newsletter

Which? Car email

To be kept in the loop on all the manufacturer offers and great car deals we spot each week, sign up for our Which? Car email – delivered to your inbox every Friday, and including all our latest news and first drive reviews, too.

All the latest car news

For daily consumer news, subscribe to the here.

If you have an older web browser you may need to copy and paste this link into your newsreader: . Find out more about RSS in the Which? guide to news feeds.

Back to top