Seat has officially pulled the wraps off the 2016 model year Alhambra, as the model in question is getting ready to hit the market.
After Volkswagen has applied a mid-cycle refresh on the Sharan earlier this year, time has come for the Spanish version to receive a similar treatment. The model in question has received the minor tweaks on its exterior design, which include the fresh body paints, the different LED taillights, the new wheel designs and several other goodies. The interior has received the updated steering wheel, some tweaks made to the knobs and buttons, a new 6.3-inch touch screen infotainment with MirrorLink, gesture control, Seat Full Link and so on.
Some of the safety features available on the MPV include the standard multi-collision brake, the traffic sign recognition, blind-spot sensor, parking assist, full beam assist, drowsiness detection and more. Other goodies include the DCC Adaptive Chassis Control, the keyless entry, massage function for the seats and others. The engine lineup in the vehicle has been revised too and all units are now meeting the Euro 6 emission standard, being 15 percent more efficient than before. The units include the 1.4 liter TSI With its 150 HP, along with the 2.0 liter TSI with 220 HP. Diesel lovers can go for the 1.6 liter TDI, rated at 115 HP and the 2.0 liter TDI, available in two outputs, 150 HP and 184 HP. AWD is only available for the 2.0L TDI 150. No pricing details have been announced so far but the model will be offered for sale this fall.