In fact, Seat is calling the Exeo Tech line its best-specified cars ever.
DVD sat nav is standard
Joining the existing SE, Sport and SE Lux variants in the Exeo line-up, Tech boasts DVD-based satellite navigation, BOSE audio upgrade, black leather seats and an iPod connector in place of the standard USB port.
That represents additional equipment over SE and Sport models valued at £3,270. Yet the Exeo Tech demands a premium of just £875 – a real world customer saving of £2,395.
2.0-litre TDI power
Available with a choice of 2.0-litre TDI common rail turbodiesel engines – boasting either 141bhp or 167bhp – prices start at £21,270 for the less powerful saloon, rising to £24,175 for the more powerful ST estate.
The SEAT Exeo Tech order book is open now.
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