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New SEAT Tarraco 1.5 TSI EVO 150bhp SE Technology 5dr Petrol 7 seater - £21,873 @ SG PETCH
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New SEAT Tarraco 1.5 TSI EVO 150bhp SE Technology 5dr Petrol 7 seater - £21,873 @ SG PETCH

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Posted 30th Jan

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New SEAT Tarraco 1.5 TSI EVO 150bhp SE Technology 5dr Petrol 7 seater - 6 speed manual. You get Volkswagen Group engineering, sharp styling, great specification as standard & plenty of interior space but not with the VW price tag. Comes with as standard:

Rear view camera, 7 seats, 3 zone climate control, LED headlights, 18" alloys, digital cockpit, apple/android play & beats audio system & NCAP 5 star safety rating

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12-year Anti-Perforation Warranty
3-year Paintwork Warranty
3-year Warranty - with option to extend further.


Standard spec includes:

  • Emergency tyre repair kit
  • 18inch Performance machined alloy wheels 37/1
  • SEAT Drive Profile with Driving Experience button
  • Rear view camera
  • Three-zone climate control
  • Wash water level indicator
  • Auto dimming rear view mirror
  • Auto headlights with automatic coming and leaving home function
  • Rain sensing wipers
  • Power locking and remote control with two foldable keys and opening boot selector (3 buttons)
  • Electric parking brake including Autohold function
  • 12v socket in front
  • 12v socket(s)
  • Front and rear electric windows
  • Gear recommendation indicator
  • Fuel door linked to central locking
  • Comfort suspension
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Folding table on front seat backrests
  • Black interior roof
  • Forward and backward adjustable seats second row
  • Easy-Fold rear seat system (folding flat into floor) ? second and third row
  • Seven seats (two front row
  • three second row
  • two third row)
  • Chrome dashboard and side door panel detailing
  • Leather steering wheel and gear knob
  • Height adjustable front headrests
  • Driver and passenger seat with lumbar adjustment
  • Height-adjustable passenger seat
  • Height-adjustable drivers seat
  • Front seat back storage pockets
  • Sliding boot cover
  • Luggage compartment floor with split function
  • Overhead storage compartment
  • Rear armrest and easy back seat release mechanism from boot
  • Storage tray under front seat
  • Four cargo rings in the boot
  • Driver and passenger sunvisor with covered and illuminated mirrors
  • Centre armrest in front with air outlet in rear
  • Front cup holders
  • Illuminated boot
  • Ambient spot lighting and front footwell illumination
  • Rear reading lights
  • Front courtesy light with front reading lights
  • Leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel
  • Digital cockpit
  • Full Link smartphone integration
  • Cruise control
  • USB cable for Apple and Android smartphone compatibility
  • Comfort seats in cloth
  • Dark tinted windows and white ambient light in front and rear door panels
  • Black roof rails
  • Black bumpers
  • Exterior black mouldings
  • Illuminated glove box
  • Navigation System
  • Rear wash/wipe
  • Rear fog light
  • Front halogen fog lights with cornering function
  • LED headlights with lens and taillights
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Automatic headlight adjustment
  • Hidden exhaust pipe
  • Chrome front grille frame
  • Electrically folding and adjustable door mirrors
  • Door mirrors and door handles in body colour

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Nice car, shame they keep pushing this model rather than one with an auto box.
I bought the Xcellence variant on the Black Friday deal, 1.5 TSI Evo. Firstly (as usual) there's a lot of comments from people who've never been near one but are offering their opinion based on assumptions. Secondly, the person saying referencing 3* boot space, i'd take that as a measure of the validity of the review, it's huge (the light is too low and gets obscured but that's a different story). Next, the 1.5 is underpowered until you get to x rpm..again rubbish, it has lots of torque post ECU update and once you have 1000+ miles on it is great. The mpg is poor in town, but will still do 35mpg, get it on run and i've been averaging 42mpg. Lastly the kangarooing issue, it's still there a bit, worse when it's cold but the benefits of this engine outweigh this post patch, it's a very smooth engine. The people suggesting that DSG is the way to go need to remember this is a forum for deals and the addition of this cost for me wasn't worth the additional expense.
Edited by: "Cryptkeeper" 31st Jan
matth518230/01/2020 21:55

I like this, prob get one when the Kodiaq goes back


Variety is the spice of life
Good deal
what makes some people on here tick? I am sure their main objective isn’t to get a deal for themselves, just to slate other deals for some strange sense of pleasure!
I see it is the same people who harp on about diesels being made extinct and electric batteries being superseded too quickly are now slating the fact this is a petrol?!
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Nice car, shame they keep pushing this model rather than one with an auto box.
38.2mpg combined.
I like this, prob get one when the Kodiaq goes back
matth518230/01/2020 21:55

I like this, prob get one when the Kodiaq goes back


Variety is the spice of life
Big car small engine not sure it will be the best setup for a x5 size 7 seater
Edited by: "Zameen" 30th Jan
Zameen30/01/2020 22:07

Big car small engine not sure it will be the best setup for a x5 size 7 …Big car small engine not sure it will be the best setup for a x5 size 7 seater


No, I wouldn't put that engine in that size/weight vehicle, 1.7t, if not more, and the 7 seats seem to be rather crammed in...
I would pay this for a auto 2.0tdi diesel
Edited by: "si7" 30th Jan
DingIs30/01/2020 22:14

No, I wouldn't put that engine in that size/weight vehicle, 1.7t, if not …No, I wouldn't put that engine in that size/weight vehicle, 1.7t, if not more, and the 7 seats seem to be rather crammed in...


It's one of the best spacious 7 seater in its class.
kimlegend30/01/2020 23:17

It's one of the best spacious 7 seater in its class.


Not what some reviews say.

39802459-nlGjA.jpgI wouldn't say 3*is best in class
190ps Tdi at this price, I too would be in
Are there still problems with the 1.5 petrol engine? - probably worth having a google before buying one.
I've been reading terrible reviews from people about this car. Saw it advertised on Facebook, all the comments below were from people complaining about this car and terrible customer service. I'd wanted one until I saw that!
Emeye31/01/2020 07:15

Are there still problems with the 1.5 petrol engine? - probably worth …Are there still problems with the 1.5 petrol engine? - probably worth having a google before buying one.


No - issues been fixed with software patch.
Nexustar30/01/2020 20:55

Nice car, shame they keep pushing this model rather than one with an auto …Nice car, shame they keep pushing this model rather than one with an auto box.


Agree auto all the way for me I’m afraid
I know this a new car so don't hate but you can get a top spec 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV for this kind of money...
150 BHP for something this size = pathetic! It will have no umpfhh until you hit 45mph-50mph. Rubbish for tower centre drivers
Good deal
what makes some people on here tick? I am sure their main objective isn’t to get a deal for themselves, just to slate other deals for some strange sense of pleasure!
I see it is the same people who harp on about diesels being made extinct and electric batteries being superseded too quickly are now slating the fact this is a petrol?!
matth518230/01/2020 21:55

I like this, prob get one when the Kodiaq goes back

Almost identical. I test drove them back to back. Not much in it. The tarraco has 7 seats standard and virtual cockpit standard. Nice car though.
thewolf8u31/01/2020 08:39

150 BHP for something this size = pathetic! It will have no umpfhh until …150 BHP for something this size = pathetic! It will have no umpfhh until you hit 45mph-50mph. Rubbish for tower centre drivers


If your towing or carrying half a rugby team you prob want the diesel. 250 lbs/ft torque vs 184 in the petrol.
Nexustar30/01/2020 20:55

Nice car, shame they keep pushing this model rather than one with an auto …Nice car, shame they keep pushing this model rather than one with an auto box.


Manual is where its at. Main issue for me is its a petrol not diesel
0-60 9.4sec
EmCares31/01/2020 08:29

Agree auto all the way for me I’m afraid


The auto gearbox paired with this engine is known to have its own issues . I love auto as well . But will stay away from this specific combo.
RealTalkDealz31/01/2020 09:01

Manual is where its at. Main issue for me is its a petrol not diesel


Diesels are kind of on the way out for cars as none meet the latest emissions regs. In 10 years time (my guess is) diesel will be reserved for truck only. Make the most of diesel cars while you still can!
bingowings8531/01/2020 09:32

Diesels are kind of on the way out for cars as none meet the latest …Diesels are kind of on the way out for cars as none meet the latest emissions regs. In 10 years time (my guess is) diesel will be reserved for truck only. Make the most of diesel cars while you still can!


My diesel Kodiaq needs adblue to meet emissions standards as well as a DPF and start/stop. It's a shame diesel has been demonized after the VW scandal as its still a better option for those of us doing 30k plus miles a year. These new tiny petrol engines run at high rpm with huge turbos are surely pumping out more pollution
1.5 is absolutely fine. I've got a 1.4 Tig and it belts along
this is marginally bigger and the rear two seats a kids (or small/light persons) only
Naysayers have never driven so ignore them
matth518231/01/2020 09:46

My diesel Kodiaq needs adblue to meet emissions standards as well as a DPF …My diesel Kodiaq needs adblue to meet emissions standards as well as a DPF and start/stop. It's a shame diesel has been demonized after the VW scandal as its still a better option for those of us doing 30k plus miles a year. These new tiny petrol engines run at high rpm with huge turbos are surely pumping out more pollution


The 1.5 has PPF, Petrol Particulate Filters. When the DPF regens it will basically burn all the crap it's built up - where do you think that goes?
new tiny petrol at high revs? well it does rev higher than a diesel but will be doing 3000 at 70mph, much like BIG petrol engines.
I love mis-information based on assumptions and ill informed opinions
This is a lot of car for the money. I had the same 1.5TSI engine within my Skoda Karoq. Performance was absolutely-fine, and I cannot see the extra 100kg weight of the Tarraco making much difference. There is plenty of low-down torque, plus fuel economy is almost diesel-like.
mrew4231/01/2020 09:56

The 1.5 has PPF, Petrol Particulate Filters. When the DPF regens it will …The 1.5 has PPF, Petrol Particulate Filters. When the DPF regens it will basically burn all the crap it's built up - where do you think that goes?new tiny petrol at high revs? well it does rev higher than a diesel but will be doing 3000 at 70mph, much like BIG petrol engines.I love mis-information based on assumptions and ill informed opinions


Assuming the gearbox is the same as within my Skoda, 70mph equates to just-under 2500rpm. You cannot hear the engine at this speed over the tyre/road-noise.
I have this car, Although it as a great car, Small engine but good power there is a few issues I have had in my first 6 months.

Pros:
1. lane assist and auto braking are a great function and not over sensitive like on some models.
2. Although a small engine it does shift well
3. you have projected spot lights from the wing mirrors to the floor which is great for the late nights, Also ha the name and a picture of your car hmm.
4. I travel alot and find myself spending around £50 a week on petrol which personal for the miles I do isnt too bad.

Cons:
1. had the oil refilled 4 times :/ was expecting once with it being brand new
2. its a great 7 seater for kids but.. The leg room in the rear is not great my daughters who are 11-12 struggle to sit comfortable so dont expect an adult to get in.
3. Access to rear seats is hard if you have car seats in you have to take them all out, but I just send my daughters through the boot.

Overall if your looking for a nice comfy drive I would highly recommend.
bingowings8531/01/2020 09:32

Diesels are kind of on the way out for cars as none meet the latest …Diesels are kind of on the way out for cars as none meet the latest emissions regs. In 10 years time (my guess is) diesel will be reserved for truck only. Make the most of diesel cars while you still can!


Well in 10 years time we're most likely gonna be on electric anyways as most of Europe is banning petrol and diesel cars by 2030.
Orville31/01/2020 10:08

Assuming the gearbox is the same as within my Skoda, 70mph equates to …Assuming the gearbox is the same as within my Skoda, 70mph equates to just-under 2500rpm. You cannot hear the engine at this speed over the tyre/road-noise.


Nice - these engines are so much more refined than the diesels.
DingIs30/01/2020 22:14

No, I wouldn't put that engine in that size/weight vehicle, 1.7t, if not …No, I wouldn't put that engine in that size/weight vehicle, 1.7t, if not more, and the 7 seats seem to be rather crammed in...


Fortunately VAG know what they are doing
matth518231/01/2020 09:46

My diesel Kodiaq needs adblue to meet emissions standards as well as a DPF …My diesel Kodiaq needs adblue to meet emissions standards as well as a DPF and start/stop. It's a shame diesel has been demonized after the VW scandal as its still a better option for those of us doing 30k plus miles a year. These new tiny petrol engines run at high rpm with huge turbos are surely pumping out more pollution


You don't really need 30k per year for benefits of diesel, their MPG is only really beat by hybrids in a lot of cases if you choose the right car. Petrol engines just way less efficient from experience
Just to point out that these are built in Wolfsburg, Germany, in case anyone has any concerns about build quality/location
Which is odd as the Tiguan Allspace (essentially the same) is built in Mexico!!
I bought the Xcellence variant on the Black Friday deal, 1.5 TSI Evo. Firstly (as usual) there's a lot of comments from people who've never been near one but are offering their opinion based on assumptions. Secondly, the person saying referencing 3* boot space, i'd take that as a measure of the validity of the review, it's huge (the light is too low and gets obscured but that's a different story). Next, the 1.5 is underpowered until you get to x rpm..again rubbish, it has lots of torque post ECU update and once you have 1000+ miles on it is great. The mpg is poor in town, but will still do 35mpg, get it on run and i've been averaging 42mpg. Lastly the kangarooing issue, it's still there a bit, worse when it's cold but the benefits of this engine outweigh this post patch, it's a very smooth engine. The people suggesting that DSG is the way to go need to remember this is a forum for deals and the addition of this cost for me wasn't worth the additional expense.
Edited by: "Cryptkeeper" 31st Jan
"12-year Anti-Perforation Warranty"

I wish I could get this on my pants.
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