The SEAT Altea is a compact multipurpose vehicle (MPV) produced by the Spanish car manufacturer SEAT from 2004 to 2015. The vehicle was designed by the Italian Walter de Silva and launched in 2004, as the first example of the new corporate look from SEAT. The third generation Toledo was identical except for the addition of a larger boot. It was launched at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show. Another extended version, the Altea XL, is also available (having been presented for the first time at the Paris Salon 2006). In 2007, the Altea Freetrack, with 4WD and a higher suspension, was released. On August 21, 2015, SEAT announced that Altea and Altea XL had been discontinued. Although no direct replacement of Altea has been planned, SEAT is following the shift from minivans to SUVs, launching its own SUV model based on the SEAT León. In 2016, the Ateca was launched, which was the successor of Altea according to CEO Luca Meo: "For us, the Ateca is the replacement of the Altea". SEAT sold a total of 439 Altea models in the UK in 2014 and 445 Altea XL.
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year of production from: 2004
Seat Altea owners manual
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