SEAT Exeo – SEAT car developed based on the Audi A4 B7 thanks to the cooperation on the basis of Volkswagen AG, produced in 2008-2013.
Exeo was established on the basis of the old Audi A4 B7. Differs from the original other front and back. The sedan debuted at the Paris Motor Show in 2008, while the station wagon (called the manufacturer ST) at the Geneva Motor Show a year later. Sales in Poland began in May 2009.
At the beginning of the sale was made 5 engines, three petrol engines with power outputs from 102 to 200hp and a capacity of 1600 cm ³ to 2,000 cm ³ and two diesel engines with a capacity of 2000cc and the 143 and 170hp.
In 2010 the company was planning to introduce a convertible version, and 4×4. 4×4 version on the market was to be available from April engines: 2.0 TSI 200hp and 170hp 2.0 TDI. Convertible was to come on the market in June. However, after the first time it was shown on the March fair in Geneva. In the same year car undergoes a slight upgrade – increased the amount of space in the second row of seats.
In 2011, the car undergoes a second facelift. The car has new lights, bi-xenon headlamps with LED daytime running and upgrading the interior.
In June and July 2013, the production of the Exeo at the Spanish plant will be completed. Reasons that gives representation is catastrophic sale SEAT model (by the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013, daily production decreased to several model units) and focus on the production of the Audi Q3 resulting in the same factory, on which the demand is very high.
The Exeo is as yet no successor. The fourth generation of the Toledo, which debuted in 2012, while resuming production models under the name Toledo is not a successor to the Exeo.
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