Motoring: Seat takes an ‘if it ain’t broke’ approach to Ateca revamp
The Spanish marque’s crossover SUV started a sales success story for the company, and the updated model didn’t need much revision
Seat’s Ateca was something of a game-changer for the Spanish marque when it launched in 2016. It wasn’t a particularly ground-breaking crossover SUV, as such, as it simply used existing Volkswagen Group chassis, parts and drivetrains, and then draped the whole lot in its own bodywork – but it was the first crossover SUV of any sort to come from Seat.
Fast-forward to today, when we are judging Seat’s modest midlife makeover...
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