Have you ever owned or experienced a Seat Alhambra? Did you have to replace any parts and how did they perform? Let us know about both these experiences by leaving your views in our comments box at the bottom of the page.
Seat Alhambra Overview
The Seat Alhambra is classed as a large MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) which is produced by the Spanish automobile manufacturer Seat which has been part of the Volkswagen Group since it became a subsidiary of this group. This is a 7-seater vehicle, also known as a people carrier. This vehicle takes its name from a famous monument in Granada, Spain, which is now the way Seat name their cars; after famous Spanish things and places. This vehicle is seen as one of the best MPV’s on the market. It is very spacious, practical, drives well and is very reasonably priced. Does this sound like your experience of the Seat Alhambra?
Seat Alhambra History
The first generation (1996-2010) Seat Alhambra was introduced in 1996 and is very similar to the Volkswagen Sharan and Ford Galaxy, with who it shares many components and is built in the same place. The good thing about the Alhambra is that you get more for your money than with the other two supposedly ‘bigger’ names. Throughout the first generation it remained mostly unchanged apart from a makeover in 2000 which aimed at more of the Seat styling image.
The second generation (2010 - ) version is larger than its predecessor and has sliding doors to access the middle seats which is good in tight spaces. This vehicle scored well in the Euro safety tests, 5 out of 5 stars and is claimed to be one of the best MPV’s around. A 4x4 version was released in 2011.
The petrol engines available for the Seat Alhambra are 1.4 and 2.0L, and the diesel engines are 1.9 and 2.0L. The most economical of the available engines is the latest 2.0 diesel engine which offers up to 50mpg. Which engine do you have for your Alhambra and how did it perform in terms of fuel economy? The fuel type, engines size and age of the vehicle must be considered when thinking fuel economy.
The Seat Alhambra is available in 5-speed automatic and 6-speed manual gearboxes. Which gearbox do you have for your vehicle and how does it perform? Check out our Seat gearbox section to locate the gearbox parts for your Alhambra.
We have parts available at Breakeryard for the Seat Alhambra. Our vast network of Breakers has many different parts available for all makes and models. Enter your vehicle details or visit the Alhambra parts page to find the required parts for your vehicle.