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Accessories and modifications to the vehicle

a properly installed external aerial can
create excessive magnetic fields that
could cause a health hazard.


The posterior fitting of electric and elec-

tronic equipment in this vehicle affects its
licence and could lead to the withdrawal of
the vehicle registration document under
certain circumstances.

Please use the mobile telephone/radio

operating instructions.


Information for the user

Information for the user

Information for the user

Information stored by the
control units

Storage of accident data (Event
Data Recorder)

Your vehicle has an event data recorder

The EDR’s function is to record data in the
event of a mild or serious accident. These da-
ta are used to support the analysis of how dif-
ferent vehicle systems behaved.

The EDR records, over a reduced time range
(normally 10 seconds or less), dynamic driv-
ing data and data from the restraint systems,
such as:

How different vehicle systems worked.

Whether the driver and the occupants were

wearing their seat belts.

How hard the acceleration or brake pedal

was pressed.

Vehicle speed.

These data will provide a better understand-
ing of the circumstances of the accident.

Data from the driving assist systems are also
recorded. This includes data such as whether
the systems were inactive or active and if
such action had an impact on the vehicle’s
dynamic behaviour, changing its path in the
aforementioned situations, accelerating or
decelerating the vehicle.

Depending on vehicle equipment, this in-
cludes data from systems such as:

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Emergency brake assistance system (Front


Park Pilot system

The EDR data are only recorded in specific
accident situations. No data are recorded in
normal driving conditions.

No audio or video data inside or around the
vehicle are recorded. Under no circumstan-
ces are personal data such as name, age, or
gender recorded. Nevertheless, third parties
(such as criminal proceedings authorities)
may relate the contents of the EDR data to
other data sources and create a personal
reference in the context of an accident inves-

In order to read the EDR data it is necessary
to access (if legally permitted to do so) the
vehicle's ODB (“On-Board-Diagnose”) inter-
face while the vehicle is switched on.

SEAT will not have access to EDR data unless
the owner (or, in “Leasing” cases, the lessee
or hirer) gives their consent. There may be ex-
ceptions to this, depending on legal or con-
tractual provisions.

Due to legal requirements in safety-related
products, SEAT may use the EDR data for
field research and in order to improve vehicle
system quality. Any data used for the purpo-
ses of research will be treated anonymously
(in other words, no reference will be made to
the vehicle, their owner or the lessee/hirer).

Description and operation

Your vehicle is fitted at the factory with a ser-
ies of electronic control units responsible for
the engine and gearbox management. In ad-
dition, the control units supervise the per-
formance of the exhaust gas system and the
airbag systems.

Therefore, while the vehicle is being driven,
these electronic control units are continuous-
ly analysing the vehicle data. In the event of
faults or deviations from the theoretical val-
ues, only this data is stored. Normally, the
warning lamps on the instrument panel light
up in the event of faults.

This data can only be read and analysed us-
ing special equipment.


Information for the user

The storing of the data allows specialised
workshops to detect and repair faults. Stored
data may include:

Data relating to the engine or the gearbox


Direction of travel

Braking force

Detection of seat belt

The vehicle control units never record conver-
sations held by passengers in the vehicle.

In vehicles equipped with an emergency call
function via the mobile phone or other appli-
ances connected in the vehicle, it is possible
to send the vehicle position. If the control unit
records an accident with airbag activation,
the system may automatically send a signal.
This will depend on the network operator.
Normally, transmission is only possible in
areas with good coverage.

Event Data Recorder

The vehicle is 


 fitted with an event data re-


An event data recorder temporarily stores the
vehicle information. Therefore, in the event of
an accident, it is possible to obtain detailed
information about how the accident occur-
red. For example, in vehicles with airbag sys-
tems, data relating to speed of impact, seat
belt status, seat positions and airbag activa-

tion times may be stored. The volume of data
depends on the manufacturer.

Event data recorders can only be mounted
with authorisation from the vehicle owner
and, in some countries, they are governed by
local legislation.

Reprogramming of control units

On the whole, all the data required for the
component management is stored in the
control units. The programming of certain
convenience functions, such as the turn sig-
nals, individual door opening and instructions
on the display can be modified using special
equipment at the workshop. If this is the case,
the information and descriptions given in the
Instruction Manual will not match the original
functions. Therefore, SEAT recommends that
any modifications be recorded in the section
“Other workshop notes” in the Maintenance

The technical service centre must have a re-
cord of any modification to the programming.

Reading the vehicle's fault memory

There is a diagnostics connector in the vehi-
cle interior for reading the vehicle fault mem-
ory. The fault memory documents errors and
deviations from the theoretical values of the
electronic control units.

The diagnostics connector is in the driver side
footwell area, next to the lever for opening
the bonnet, below a cover.

The fault memory should only be read and
reset by a specialised workshop.

Other important information

Environmental compatibility

Environmental protection is a top priority in
the design, choice of materials and manufac-
ture of your new SEAT.

Constructive measures to encourage re-

Joints and connections designed for easy


Modular construction to facilitate disman-


Increased use of single-grade materials.

Plastic parts and elastomers are marked in

accordance with ISO 1043, ISO 11469 and
ISO 1629.

Choice of materials

Use of recycled materials.

Use of compatible plastics in the same part

if its components are not easily separated.



Information for the user

Use of recycled materials and/or materials

originating from renewable sources.

Reduction of volatile components, including

odour, in plastic materials.

Use of CFC-free coolants.

Ban on heavy metals, with the exceptions
dictated by law (Annex II of ELV Directive

 cadmium, lead, mercury,

hexavalent chromium.

Manufacturing methods

Reduction of the quantity of thinner in the

protective wax for cavities.

Use of plastic film as protection during vehi-

cle transport.

Use of solvent-free adhesives.

Use of CFC-free coolants in cooling sys-


Recycling and energy recovery from resi-

dues (RDF).

Improvement in the quality of waste water.

Use of systems for the recovery of residual

heat (thermal recovery, enthalpy wheels,

The use of water-soluble paints.

Stickers and plates

Some parts in the engine compartment come
from the factory with certificates of safety, la-
bels or plates containing important informa-
tion regarding the operation of the vehicle, for
example, on the fuel tank flap, on the pas-
senger's sun visor, on the driver door strut, or
on the floor of the boot.

Never remove these certificates of safety,

labels or plates, and ensure they are kept in
good condition and are legible.

If a vehicle part, bearing a certificate of

safety, label or plate, is replaced, the special-
ised workshop should attach the information
back in the same place.

Certificate of safety

A certificate of safety on the door strut states
that all the safety standards and regulations
established by the national traffic authorities
responsible for road safety were met at the
time of manufacture. It may also give the
month and year of manufacture, together
with the vehicle ID number.

Warning of high voltage label

There is a label close to the bonnet lock
which warns of high voltage in the vehicle's
electrical system. The vehicle ignition system
complies with several standards, including
the Canadian standard, ICES-002.

Using the vehicle in other countries
and continents

The vehicle is manufactured at the factory for
use in a particular country in accordance
with the national legislation in force at the
time of manufacture.

If the vehicle is sold in another country or
used in another country for an extended peri-
od of time, the applicable legislation of that
country should be observed.

It may be necessary to fit or remove certain
pieces of equipment or to deactivate certain
functions. Service work may also be affected.
This is particularly true if the vehicle is used in
a different climate for an extended period of

As there are different types of frequency
bands around the world, you may find that
the radio or navigation system supplied at the
factory does not work in another country.


SEAT does not accept liability for any

damage to the vehicle due to the use of a
lower quality fuel, an inadequate service or
the non-availability of genuine spare parts.

SEAT does not accept liability if the vehi-

cle does not comply in part or in full with
the legal requirements of other countries or


Information for the user

Radio and antenna reception

The aerial of radio and navigation systems fit-
ted at the factory may be mounted in differ-
ent parts of the vehicle:

On the inside of the rear window, next to the

rear window heating,

on the inside of the rear side windows,

on the inside of the windscreen,

on the roof of the vehicle.

Aerials mounted on the inside of a window
can be recognised by the fine wires.


Aerials on the inside of windows may be
damaged if knocked or if cleaned with cor-
rosive or acid cleaning products. Do not
stick adhesive labels over the heating ele-
ments and never clean the inside of the
rear window with corrosive or acid prod-
ucts or other similar chemical products.


There may be interference with AM station
reception if electrical equipment is used
close to the antenna built into the glass.

Information about SEAT repairs


Repairs or modifications which are not per-
formed correctly may result in damage or
errors in the vehicle operation, affecting
the effectiveness of the driver assist and
airbag systems. This could result in serious

Have any repairs or modifications carried

out at a specialised workshop.

Collection of end-of-life vehicles
and scrapping

Collection of end-of-life vehicles

An extensive network of used car reception
centres already exists in much of Europe. Af-
ter the vehicle has been delivered, you will re-
ceive a certificate of destruction describing
the environmentally friendly scrapping of the
vehicle in accordance with applicable legis-

We will collect the used vehicle free of
charge, provided it complies with all national

Please see your technical service for further
information about the collection and scrap-
ping of end-of-life vehicles.


The relevant safety requirements must be ob-
served when the vehicle or components of
the airbag or belt tensioner systems are
scrapped. These requirements are known to
specialised workshops.

Recycling of electrical or electron-
ic devices

All electrical or electronic devices (EED) that
are not permanently fitted in the vehicle must
be marked with the following symbol:

This symbol indicates that EED must not be
discarded as home waste but through selec-
tive waste collection.

Radioelectrical equipment

Simplified declaration of conformi-

Your vehicle has different radioelectrical devi-
ces. The manufacturers of these devices de-
clare that they comply with Directive
2014/53/EU when legally required.



Information for the user

The full text of the EU compliance declaration
is available online at the following address:

United Kingdom

Your vehicle has different radioelectrical devi-
ces. The manufacturers of these devices de-
clare that they comply with the UK Radio
Equipment Regulations 2017 (SI 2017/1206) if
required by law.

The full text of the declaration of conformity is
available online at the following Internet ad-



Your vehicle has different radioelectrical devi-
ces. The manufacturers of these devices de-
clare that they comply with Ukraine Decree
355/2017 (TR Radio Equipment) where legal-
ly required.

The full text of the declaration of conformity is
available online at the following Internet ad-

Addresses of the manufacturers

The address of the manufacturers of compo-
nents that, due to their size or nature, cannot
include a sticker are listed below, as long as it
is legally required:

Central control unit (BCM)

Robert Bosch GmbH/Braunschweig
Theodor-Heuss-Strasse 12
38122 - Braunschweig, Germany
Phone: 0049 53188890

Keyless Access system

HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA/Hamm
Roemerstr. 66
59075 - Hamm, Germany
Phone: 0049 23817980

Roof antenna

ASK Industries S.p.A
Via dell'Industria n.12/14/16
60037 Monte San Vito (AN), Italy
Phone: +3907174521

Mitsumi Electronics Europe GmbH
Siemensstrasse 32
63225 Langen, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 6103913-0

Molex CVS Hildesheim GmbH
Daimlerring 31
31135 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +49 3377 3160

Antenna amplifiers

ASK Industries S.p.A
Via dell'Industria n.12/14/16
60037 Monte San Vito (AN), Italy
Phone: +3907174521

Hirschmann Car Communication GmbH
Stuttgarter Strasse 45-51
72654 Neckartenzlingen, Germany
Phone: +49 7127 140

KATHREIN Automotive GmbH
Römerring 1
31137 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +498031184-0

Molex CVS Hildesheim GmbH
Daimlerring 31
31135 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +49 3377 3160


Information for the user

Navigation antenna

Hirschmann Car Communication GmbH
Stuttgarter Strasse 45-51
72654 Neckartenzlingen, Germany
Phone: +49 7127 140

KATHREIN Automotive GmbH
Römerring 1
31137 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +498031184-0

Connectivity Box

Molex CVS Dabendorf GmbH
Märkische Strasse 72
15806 Zossen OT Dabendorf, Germany
Phone:+49 3377 3160

Basic infotainment system

Panasonic Automotive Systems Czech
U Panasonicu 266
530 06, Pardubice, Czech Republic

Optional infotainment system

LG Electronics Mlawa SP
LG Electronics 7
06 500, Mlawa

Remote control key

Digades GmbH Digitales Und Ana/Zittau
Äußere Weberstr. 20
02763 - Zittau, Germany
Phone: 0049 358357750

Instrument panel

Analogue SE38x/SE316

Visteon Electronics Germany GmbH
Visteonstr. 4-10
50170 Kerpen, Germany

Analogue all other models

Continental Automotive Spain, S.A.
Crta. de Rubí a Ullastrell, nº 12-30
08191 Rubí (Barcelona - Spain)

FPK (digital)

Continental Automotive GmbH
VDO-Strasse 1,
64832 Babenhausen, Germany

Panasonic Automotive Systems Europe
Robert Bosch Str. 27-29
63225 Langen, Germany

Panasonic Automotive Systems Czech,
U Panasonicu 266
530 06, Pardubice, Czech Republic

Front radar sensors

MRR for SE38X

Robert Bosch GmbH
Markwiesenstrasse, 46
72770 Reutlingen (Kusterdingen) Germany

MRR for Tarraco, Ateca, Ibiza, Arona

Automotive Distance Control Systems
Peter-Dornier-Strasse, 10
88131, Lindau, Germany

Rear radar sensors

Hella GmbH & Co. KGaA
Rixbecker Straße 75
59552 Lippstadt (Germany)

Online Connectivity Unit

10, Magokjungang 10-ro,
Gangseo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea


Information for the user

Frequency bands, station power

Radioelectrical equipment


Frequency band

Max. station power

Valid for models

Radiofrequency remote control (vehicle)

433.05-434.78 MHz

10 mW (ERP)

All SEAT models

433.05-434.79 MHz

10 mW

868.0-868.6 MHz

25 mW

434.42 MHz

32 µW

Radio frequency remote control (auxiliary

868.7-869.2 MHz (869.0 MHz)

25 mW

Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

868.0-868.6 MHz (868.3 MHz)

3.1 mW


Transmitted-Receiver (independent heating)

868.0-868.6 MHz (868.3 MHz)

23.5 mW


868.7-869.2 MHz (869.0 MHz)

23.5 mW

Leon, Ateca and Tarraco


2402-2480 MHz

6 dBm

All SEAT models

2400-2483.5 MHz

10 dBm

Connection to the external antenna of the car

GSM 900: 880-915 MHz

33 dBm

Leon, Alhambra and Tarraco

GSM 1800: 1710-1785 MHz

30 dBm

WCDMA FDD I: 1920-1980 MHz

24 dBm

WCDMA FDD lll: 1710-1785 MHz

21 dBm

Tarraco and Leon


21 dBm

LTE FDD1: 1920-1980 MHz

23 dBm

LTE FDD3: 1710-1785 MHz

23 dBm

LTE FDD7: 2500-2570 MHz

23 dBm

LTE FDD8: 880-915 MHz

23 dBm

LTE FFD20: 832-862 MHz

23 dBm


Information for the user

Radioelectrical equipment


Frequency band

Max. station power

Valid for models

Wireless hotspot

2400-2483.5 MHz

10 dBm

Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

Keyless Access

434.42 MHz

32 µW

Ibiza, Arona, Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

Radar sensors for front assist systems

76 GHz-77 GHz

28.2 dBm

Leon and Alhambra

35.0 dBm

Ibiza, Arona, Ateca and Tarraco

Radar sensors for rear assist systems

24050-24250 MHz

20 dBm

Ibiza, Arona, Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

Wireless charging

110-120 kHz

5 W

Ibiza, Arona, Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

Instrument panel

125 kHz

40 dBµA/m

Ibiza, Arona, Ateca, Tarraco and

Online Connectivity Unit

EGSM900: 880-915 MHz

33 dBm

Ibiza, Arona, Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

DCS1800: 1710-1785 MHz

31 dBm

UMTS FDD 1: 1920-1980 MHz

24 dBm

UMTS FDD 3: 1710-1785 MHz

24 dBm

UMTS FDD 8: 880-915 MHz

24 dBm

E-UTRA FDD 1: 1920-1980 MHz

23.5 dBm

E-UTRA FDD 3: 1710-1785 MHz

23.0 dBm

E-UTRA FDD 7: 2500-2570 MHz

23.5 dBm

E-UTRA FDD 8: 880-915 MHz

23.0 dBm

E-UTRA FDD 20: 832-862 MHz

23.5 dBm

E-UTRA FDD 28: 703-748 MHz

23.0 dBm


The commissioning or authorisation of radioelectrical technology may be restricted in some European countries, forbidden or only allowed with additional requirements.


Information for the user

Additional information for coun-
tries outside the European Union


Your vehicle has different radioelectrical devi-
ces. The manufacturers of these devices de-
clare that they comply with Directive
RLVCOAR15-0008 when legally required. The
full text of the declaration of conformity is
available online at the following Internet ad-


Certificate: RLVHERS17-0286. RS4 Hella
KGaA Hueck & Co. short-range radar
IFT:RLVHERS17-0286. The operation of this
equipment is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this equipment or device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
equipment or device must accept any inter-
ference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.

United Kingdom

This vehicle has various radio equipment de-
vices installed.

The following acts as importer of the radio
equipment devices for the United Kingdom
market within the meaning of The Radio
Equipment Regulations 2017:

Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Ltd.

Yeomans Drive, Blakelands
Milton Keynes, MK 14 5AN
United Kingdom

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olan Doğuş Otomotiv Servis ve Ticaret A.Ş.’nin
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Indications about the technical data

Technical data

Indications about the
technical data

Important information


The values indicated in the technical data
may differ depending on optional equipment
or version of the model, as well as in the case
of special vehicles and equipment for certain

The information in the official vehicle docu-
mentation takes precedence at all times.

Abbreviations used in the Technical Speci-
fications section


Kilowatt, engine power measurement.


Pferdestärke (horsepower), formerly

used to denote engine power.

rpm, 1/min

Revolutions per minute - engine speed.


Newton metres, unit of engine torque.


Cetane number, indication of the die-
sel combustion power.


Research octane number, indication of
the knock resistance of petrol.

Vehicle identification data

Vehicle ID number

The vehicle ID number can be found in the
following places:

One the vehicle's data label.

In front, under the windscreen.

To the right in the engine compartment.

Type plate

The type plate is located on the vehicle’s right
hand door frame. Vehicles for certain export
countries do not have a type plate.

Fuel consumption

Approved consumption values are derived
from measurements performed or supervised
by certified EU laboratories, according to the
legislation in force at the time (for more infor-
mation, see the Publications Office of the Eu-
ropean Union on the EUR-Lex website: © Eu-
ropean Union, and
apply to the specified vehicle characteristics.

The values relating to fuel consumption and


 emissions can be found in the documen-

tation provided to the purchaser of the vehi-
cle at the time of purchase.

Fuel consumption and CO


 emissions de-

pend on the equipment/features of each indi-

vidual vehicle, as well as on the driving style,
road conditions, traffic conditions, environ-
mental conditions, load or number of passen-

Filling capacities

Tank level

Petrol engines

73 l, 8 l reserve

Capacity of the windscreen washer fluid con-

Versions without

headlight washer

approx. 3.5 litres

Versions with

headlight washer


approx. 6 litres


Load on the roof

The maximum authorised roof load for your
vehicle is 100 kg (220 pounds).

Empty weight, total weight, axle loads

The empty weight of the vehicle with driver
(75 kg) was calculated according to the (EU)
1230/2012 standard. Optional equipment can
increase the empty weight, which means that



Technical data

the possible useful load decreases propor-

Trailer weight

The maximum permitted drawbar load on the
ball head of the towing bracket is 

100 kg



The values indicated for the maximum per-
mitted weights must not be exceeded.
There is a risk of accident and damage!


Indications about the technical data

Engine specifications

Petrol engines

1.4 TSI Start-Stop

Power output in kW (PS) at 1/min

110 (150)/5,000-6,000

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)


No. of cylinders/displacement (cm





Super 95 / Normal 91 (with a slight power loss) ROZ




Top speed (km/h)

200 (VI)

198 (VI)

Acceleration from 0-100 km/h (seconds)



Maximum authorized weight (kg) (5/7 seats)




Technical data


Fig. 299 






Front and rear projection (mm)



Wheelbase (mm)



Length (mm)






track width (mm)



Width (mm)



Height at kerb weight (mm)




Turning radius (m)



This data will change depending on the type of wheel rim.


Dimension to the roof bars.









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