Seat Phases Out the Production of the Alhambra MPV

The last Seat Alhambra will come off the assembly line at the end of March. The MPV will be available for purchase until the end of this year.

The seven-seater Alhambra, which is a copy of the Volkswagen Sharan, has been produced by the company since 1996. Due to falling demand, the manufacturer decided to phase out the production of the model. Seat does not intend to produce a successor, and the vacant niche will be occupied by a seven-seater Tarraco SUV.

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As part of this strategy we’re focusing on new and electric models such as the Seat Leon plug-in hybrid and Cupra Formentor plug-in hybrid crossover coupé and will be removing older vehicles from sale with newer, cleaner models to replace them in the future

says the company.

The full production of the Alhambra will be discontinued at the end of March this year, but the model will be sold until the end of 2020. It should be noted that during its history, the model has undergone three redesigns — in 2010, 2015 and 2018. Almost half a million MPVs have found homes over the years.

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