Unreliability lets down good car
New clutch at 45k.
New headlight at 51k.
Seat belts need replacing as tension has given.
Auxiliary drive belt tensioner needs replacing.
Countless squeaks and rattles.
This is my girlfriends car and she loves it. My wallet hates it though.
How can a German engineered car be so badly unreliable?
Dealers have been pitiful, though this is the specific dealers fault, not SEAT.
I drive a 1989 Honda which has given me 60k trouble free miles since I bought it 5 years ago (when it had 35k miles)
We are desperate to sell this car and buy Japanese.
A decent car, but ours was made in a rush before siesta time!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 18th December, 2003