The SEAT Tarraco, a seven-seat SUV with the versatility to fold all seats and hold up to 1,775 litres of cargo, has repeatedly been recognised for its combination of dynamic and agile handling with invaluable practicality.
Earlier this year, the Tarraco was awarded ‘Best Large SUV’ at the Great British Fleet Awards 2021, proving that it remains a firm favourite in the large SUV segment. Retaining the title it won in 2019 and 2020, this model is a firm favourite in its segment.
The SEAT Tarraco doesn’t compromise, pairing a high-quality and roomy interior, with competitive running costs and a generous level of technology. Technology inside the cabin includes a 10.25” digital cockpit plus a large infotainment system which incorporates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
“It’s a hat-trick of wins in the Large SUV category for the SEAT Tarraco, and it’s not hard to see why,” commented Steve Fowler, Editor-in-Chief at Auto Express.
“Stylish, spacious and with a surprisingly sporty side, the seven-seat model has all the family-car bases covered. New arrivals over the past year have challenged its supremacy, but none has landed the killer blow on this supremely talented machine.”
Introduced to market in 2019, the Tarraco is available with a range of petrol and diesel engines, manual or DSG-auto gearboxes and 4Drive four-wheel d rive across six different trim levels.
Coming soon is the e-HYBRID plug-in hybrid powertrain model. Wirh a 13kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the Tarraco e-HYBRID can travel for up to 30 miles (WLTP) in all-electric mode, and delivers up to 156.9 mpg (WLTP).