SEAT will stop producing Alhambra minivanMarch 27, 2020
In this case, the car will not have a successor. But instead, the Spanish automaker will offer a completely new product.
Spanish automaker SEAT has announced the cessation of production and sales of its Alhambra minivan. Recall that this car was made on the platform of the Volkswagen Sharan. The last cars will go off the assembly line in March of this year, after which it will go down in history. Recall that the first SEAT Alhambra was assembled back in 1995. At the same time, Volkswagen Sharan soplatform will also leave the market this year, closer to its end.
It’s all about the low demand for these models. Modern minivans have gone far ahead in size and level of comfort, and seven-seater crossovers look preferable to the current SEAT Alhambra. If you recall the history of the car, then he survived the first generation change back in 2010, after which he was updated two more times – in 2015 and 2018.
Back in 2016, representatives of Seat announced that they were going to stop producing minivans – even then it was clear that Alhambra would be a thing of the past.
SEAT has already announced that the car will not receive a full replacement, however, the full-size Tarraco crossover will soon appear. In the future, Seat plans to focus on the production of cars with an electric engine component.
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