Seat Car Engines- Formula engine, Salsa, Tango, Altea Freetrack
Seat a Spanish automobile manufacturer founded in 1950 and now subsidiary of the Volkswagen Gro. SEAT currently continues to expand to international markets under Volkswagen’s wings, particularly in the Middle East and Asia. With many various SEAT Car Engines in it’s life time, enginesandgearboxes.co.uk provide you used, reconditioned or secondhand and are all 100% guaranteed.
The SEAT Arosa is a city car is available with five engines: three petrols (the 1.0(50 hp), 1.4 (75 hp), and 1.4 Sport (100 hp)) and two diesels (the 1.7 SDI (60 hp) and the 1.9 TDI (75 hp)).
The SEAT 128 was a 2-door coupé version of a Fiat 128, it was available with two engine options, the 1.2L and the more powerful and well-known 1430 engine.
The SEAT 1200 Sport was based upon the underpinnings of a Fiat (Seat) 127, but with a bigger 1.2L engine. From 1977 a more powerful 1.4L engine was available, known as the 1430 Sport.
The SEAT 133 was a small rear-engine car it used the chassis and engine of the by then defunct Fiat (SEAT) 850.
The SEAT Marbella is a badge-engineered Fiat Panda, the motor is a 4 cylinder in line with 40 hp (30 kW) and 903 cc. There were several differently labeled models (Marbella L, Marbella Special, Marbella GL, Marbella GLX, etc.) with no change in motor or car details, existed during its lifetime.
The SEAT Fura is a supermini it is a rebadged version of the Fiat 127 which used the tried and trusted 903cc overhead valve engine that had powered many earlier generations of Fiat cars, in conjunction with the state-of-the-art transverse engine and front wheel drive layout which had been pioneered in the Fiat 128.
The SEAT Ibiza’s 1.0, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.8-litre petrol engine and 1.9-litre Diesel engines were the same as the Polo’s. The Ibiza’s running gear was also used in the SEAT Córdoba saloon, estate and coupé.
The SEAT León engines were the 75 PS 1.4 litre 16 valve petrol, 105 PS 1.6 litre 8 valve petrol (quickly replaced with a 16 valve unit) and included two variants of the Volkswagen Group’s 20 valve turbocharged 1.8 litre powerplant, (with some countries also getting the 2.8 litre V6 delivering 204 PS (150 kW).
The original León Cupra (which became know as the Cupra T) had a 1.8 litre Turbo with 180 PS (132 kW), and the León Cupra R 210 PS (165 kW), later becoming 225 PS. A range of TDI Diesel engines was available, including a 150 PS (110 kW) version of VW’s 1.9 TDI engine, originally sold as a Cupra 4 TDi, with 4 wheel drive, that was sold for 1 year only, and only in certain countries, then passed to Evolution series, then Top Sport and later rebranded as the FR (Formula Racing). Lesser diesel versions were available with 90, 110 and 130 PS outputs.
Other earlier models were 600/800, 1400, 1430, 1500, 124, 131, 132, Ritmo, Ronda, Terra, Inca and Málaga.
Current models are named after Spanish placenames which are Altea, Altea XL, Toledo, and Alhambra.
Concept models are Cupra GT, Formula, Salsa, Tango and Altea Freetrack.