Following the Copa editions of the Leon hatchback, SEAT is extending the trim level to the Altea and Altea XL ranges.
Depending on edition, Copa specification gives buyers equipment worth between £1,100 and £1,500.

Two trim levels come to market: S Copa and SE Copa. Based on standard S and SE specifications respectively, their introduction also brings about a simplification of the Altea line-up: ‘S Emocion’ trim has been deleted from the range, along with the 1.4 85 PS and 1.4 TSI 125 PS petrol engines.

What remain are the most appealing Altea and Altea XL ranges ever offered. Both comprise S, S Copa, SE and SE Copa trims, and three engines: 1.2 TSI 105 hp, 1.6 TDI 105 hp, and 2.0 TDI 140 hp. DSG automatic is available as an option on either of the diesel engines.

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S Copa

In addition to the standard S specification, S Copa adds 16-inch ‘Elio’ alloy wheels; a Bluetooth communication package including hands-free phone connection, steering wheel-mounted controls and two additional stereo speakers; dual-zone climate control; front fog lights with cornering function; cruise control; passenger seat height adjustment.

SE Copa

SE trim level is joined by SEAT Media System 2.2 in SE Copa versions of the Altea and Altea XL. SEAT Media 2.2 incorporates satellite navigation, an SD card reader for music playback, a DAB digital radio tuner, Bluetooth hands-free phone operation and audio streaming, and a multi-function driver’s display, all controlled via a five-inch colour touch screen.

Source: Seat