The new Seat Exeo which took centre stage at this years Frankfurt Motor Show has been updated and fitted with newly designed Bi-Xenon Headlights that incorporate LED daytime running lights. Seat will also offer a selection of alloy wheels and interior upgrades to help create a more premium feel to the Exeo.
Seat have fitted there Stop-Start system and made some technical improvements to the 2.0 TDI common rail engine to help make it more fuel efficient. The improvements mean the Seat Exeo can now achieve 57.6 mpg on a combined cycle while only producing 129 g/km of CO2.
There will also be a Seat Exeo Ecomotive model to follow sometime in 2012, this version will lower the CO2 emissions even further which will make it appealing to UK fleet managers. Prices for the new Seat Exeo will stay the same despite all the upgrades.
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