Technology Regardless of the trim level, new Alhambra models all come with three-zone climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and 16” alloy wheels. Steering wheel-mounted stereo controls enable easier access to the sophisticated SEAT Media System Plus. The SE specification strikes a still more luxurious tone with a leather steering wheel, 17” alloys and chrome roof rails, along with practical features such as foglights and cruise control. The Style Advance and SE Lux trim levels provide such amenities as Alcantara upholstery, heated seats, a rear-view parking camera, and a satellite navigation system.
Interior At 4854mm long and 1740mm tall, and with a 2919mm wheelbase, the Alhambra is large enough to offer ample space for seven passengers (even full size adults). The flexibility of the seats, which can be slid, folded or removed altogether, enhances its practicality still further. Even with a full complement of passengers, the car still retains 267 litres of loadspace for luggage; this increases to 809 litres with the rear seats removed, and a cavernous 2297 litres when the middle row is also taken away. The wide aperture of the boot, along with the low loading height, also enables easy loading and unloading of items such as coolboxes and pushchairs. The sense of space in the cabin is heightened further by the large windows (and, on certain models, a panoramic roof), which flood the interior with light.