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Old 09-18-2018, 07:49 PM
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Default 2019 SEAT Tarraco

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Definitely better looking than the Tiguan Allspace, which not only spends the platform but also a lot of the sheetmetal and interior parts.

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Old 09-18-2018, 11:55 PM
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I feel like the front doesn't really mesh with the rest of it. SEAT should have saved their new corporate face for an all-new design and given this something more akin to the Ateca or Leon.
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Extremely attractive. This would make a great Tiguan update for the USA.
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Old 09-19-2018, 01:27 AM
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I feel like the front doesn't really mesh with the rest of it. SEAT should have saved their new corporate face for an all-new design and given this something more akin to the Ateca or Leon.
The front works quite well, then A pillar back, boring vw tiguan.
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Old 09-19-2018, 03:00 AM
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Not sure I quite get where they are going with the nose. But any bigger upper grille would trigger an Acura nose syndrome.
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Old 09-19-2018, 07:40 AM
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The front works quite well, then A pillar back, boring vw tiguan.
I agree, the front is nice, but mostly because it doesn't look like the usual boring current VW design;

Generally I'd say that both the changes outside and inside give it a more Asian - let'S say Hyundai - feel, less Germanic, which is good for Seat, but again, definitely not an Alfa fighter here as well;

Altogether however, I doubt this will get too many new customers to VAG as a whole, bnut rob mostly among the already rich sea of corporate mid sized SUVs, where already the Kodiaq made a hard life for the Tiguan. An updated Tiguan with better looks and cheaper price won#t help that king of dullness either...
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Old 09-19-2018, 09:59 AM
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o,dear... the front as itself is fine... but pinning it to the rest of "VW mid sized SUV that fits all their brands" is as exciting as trying to make "large waist container" look different by painting it red...
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VW should lift that interior and use it in a Tiguan facelift.
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VW should lift that interior and use it in a Tiguan facelift.
That interior is 70% Tiguan. The door trims, lower dash and centre console are identical. The air vents and upper dash moulding are new, but they've clearly been designed to fit the space vacated by the Tiguan's components.

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Old 09-19-2018, 04:15 PM
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That interior is 70% Tiguan. The door trims, lower dash and centre console are identical. The air vents and upper dash moulding are new, but they've clearly been designed to fit the space vacated by the Tiguan's components.
I know...hence the reason they should just use the rest of it.
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