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Dynamics - Unique driving fun

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Impressive driving fun is at the core of the SEAT brand. The Leon in particular is a unique combination of precision and agility with comfort and safety, as confirmed by enthusiastic customer reactions and numerous comparison tests carried out by trade journalists across Europe. The Ateca is no less impressive when it comes to fulfilling this promising combination. With its compact character, powerful engines and perfectly tuned suspension, it offers performance and handling that sets a new benchmark among its SUV competitors. And it fits perfectly into a varied urban lifestyle.

The Ateca's dynamic drive comes courtesy of a palette of state-of-the-art power units - all of them turbocharged. Ranging from 85 kW / 115 PS to 140 kW / 190 PS with outstanding torque figures across the board, they meet every possible performance desire. The array of diesel engines starts with the 1.6 TDI and 115 PS. The 2.0 TDI is available with 150 and 190 PS. Consumption figures range from 4.2 to 5.1litres / 100 km, the CO2 figures from 111 to 131grams / km. The entry level petrol engine is the 1.0 TSI with 115 PS. The 1.4 TSI comes with cylinder deactivation under partial load and produces 150 PS. The consumption and emissions figures for these engines are between 5.2 and 6.2 litres and between 119 to 143 grams. The TDI and TSI engines with 150 PS are available with DSG or with 4Drive, while the TDI with 190 PS comes as standard with DSG and 4Drive.

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4Drive for all eventualities

The Ateca's all-wheel drive is among the most modern and efficient systems of its kind in the world. SEAT uses a newly developed multi-plate coupling with hydraulic actuation and electronic control - a fifth-generation Haldex coupling. It reacts extremely quickly to all conceivable driving situations to deliver a clear benefit in active safety and handling.
 

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