SEAT Ateca ‘First Edition’ Priced From £21,995 In UK

After detailing the Ateca’s UK range at the beginning of April, SEAT has now confirmed pricing and specs for the Ateca ‘First Edition’ model, limited to 200 units.

This is a one-off launch trim level with £3,500-worth of equipment over the SE spec model, on which its based on. The First Edition is available solely with two engines, the 1.0 TSI or the 1.6 TDI, both with 115 PS.

In terms of standard features, it comes with 18″ bi-color alloys, sat-nav, 8″ touchscreen, keyless entry, electric tailgate with virtual pedal, rear parking sensors with rear view camera, tinted rear windows, black roof rails and windows surrounds.

The high-spec version slots in between the SE spec model and the flagship XCELLENCE, as customers will be able to choose between three colors when placing their order, Rodium Gray (pictured here), Nevada White and Samoa Orange.

While the £21,995 price tag is for the 1.0 TSI First Edition model, customers that prefer the 1.6 TDI turbodiesel will have to spend £24,305, which in return means more torque and better fuel economy compared to the petrol-powered model.

All UK models in the Ateca range will be available for pre-order starting June 1st, while the official showroom launch is scheduled for September 9th.

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