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Maintenance

The Service Advisor of your specialised
workshop will gladly inform you

 about the

need of performing service work between
normal service intervals, always considering
the conditions of use of your vehicle.

WARNING

If the services are insufficient or not per-
formed and if the service intervals are not
observed, the vehicle may be immobilised
in traffic and cause accidents and severe
injuries.

Have the services conducted at author-

ised SEAT services or specialised work-
shops.

CAUTION

SEAT cannot be held liable for any damage
to the vehicle due to insufficient work or of
lack of availability of spare parts.

Service sets

Sets of services include all the 

maintenance

works

 needed to ensure the safety and the

smooth running of the vehicle (

depending on

the conditions of use and the features of
the vehicle

, such as the engine, gearbox, or

operating fluids). Maintenance services are
divided into 

inspection

 and 

review

 services.

Consult the details of the jobs required for
your vehicle at:

Your SEAT authorised service

Your specialised workshop

Due to technical reasons (continuous devel-
opment of components) the sets of services
may vary. Your SEAT authorised service or
specialised workshop is always receiving up-
dates in time.

Additional service offers

Approved spare parts

Original SEAT Spare Parts have been con-
ceived for their vehicles and approved by
SEAT S.A., with a special emphasis on safety.
These parts correspond exactly to the manu-
facturer's requirements in terms of design,
accuracy of the measurements and materi-
als. The original SEAT Spare Parts have been
conceived exclusively for your vehicle. For this
reason, we always recommend the use of
Original SEAT Spare Parts. SEAT S.A. cannot
be held liable for the safety and suitability of
parts from other manufacturers.

Approved spare parts

Approved spare parts, following the manu-
facturer's requirements, are an additional
service to you, offering the possibility of re-

placing complete sets, such as: light engine,
gearboxes, heads, control units, electrical
components, etc.

These parts are, 

approved parts

, and are the

same as the factory parts, which are also ap-
proved spare parts.

Original accessories

We recommend you only use SEAT Original
Accessories and SEAT approved accessories
for your vehicle. The reliability, safety and
suitability of these accessories have been in-
spected specifically for this type of vehicle.
SEAT cannot be held liable for the safety and
suitability of parts from other manufacturers.

SEAT Service Mobility

Since the moment you purchase your SEAT
vehicle you will be able to enjoy the benefits
and coverage of the SEAT Mobility Service.

For the first two years after the purchase,
your new SEAT vehicle is automatically cov-
ered by the SEAT Mobility Service without ad-
ditional costs.

If you wish to enjoy this service after this peri-
od, you can extend SEAT Mobility as long as
you carry out the recommended Inspection

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Vehicle maintenance

and Maintenance Services at a SEAT Author-
ised Service.

If your SEAT vehicle is immobilised due to a
fault or an accident, our assistance services
will help you keep moving.

Take into account that the SEAT Mobility
Service differs depending on the country in
which the vehicle was purchased. For further
information ask your SEAT dealership or the
SEAT website in your country.

Warranty

Fault-free operation warranty

SEAT Authorised Services ensure the perfect
condition of new vehicles. Check the pur-
chase agreement or complementary addi-
tional documentation provided by your Tech-
nical Service to see the conditions and the
terms of the warranty. Consult further infor-
mation in this regard in your SEAT Official
Service.

Vehicle maintenance

Maintenance and cleaning

Basic observations

Regular and careful care helps to maintain
the value of your vehicle. In addition, it may
become a prerequisite to demand the war-
ranty in the event of corrosion damage and
deficiencies in the paint coat of the body-
work.

Specialised workshops have the necessary
care products. Please follow the instructions
for application on the packaging.

WARNING

Cleaning products and other materials

used for car care can be damaging to your
health if misused.

Always keep care products in a safe

place, out of the reach of children. Danger
of poisoning!

For the sake of the environment

When purchasing car care products,

chose products that are compatible with
the environment.

The waste from car-care products should

not be disposed of with ordinary household
waste.

Washing the vehicle

The longer you take to clean the tanks, e.g.
remains of insects, bird excrements, tree resin
or anti frost salt adhered to your vehicle, the
more damage it can cause to the surface.
High temperatures, for instance strong sun-
light, further intensify the damage.

Before washing the car, soften the dirt using
plenty of water.

To remove encrusted dirt such as insects, bird
droppings or tree resin, use a lot of water and
a microfibre cloth.

Have the underside of the vehicle washed af-
ter the end of the anti frost salts in winter.

High pressure cleaning equipment

When washing the vehicle with a high-pres-
sure cleaner, always follow the operating in-
structions for the equipment. This applies
particularly to the operating pressure and the
distance between the spraying water. Do not
aim the jet directly to the side window gas-
kets, doors, covers or the panoramic sunroof;
the same applies to tyres, rubber hoses,
soundproofing material, sensors or camera
lenses. Keep a distance of at least 40 cm.

Do not remove snow and ice with a high-
pressure cleaner.

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Maintenance

Do not use a nozzle that sprays the water out
in a direct stream or one that has a rotating
jet for forcing off dirt.

The water temperature must not exceed
60°C.

Automatic car washes

Spray the vehicle before starting the car
wash.

Make sure that the windows and the panor-
amic sunroof are closed and the windscreen
wipers are deactivated. Bear in mind the in-
structions of the car wash tunnel operator,
especially if your vehicle has detachable
parts.

Use of car washes without brushes if possible.

Washing by hand

Clean your vehicle from top to bottom with a
soft sponge or with a brush. Only use clean-
ing products that do not contain solvents.

Washing vehicles with a matte paint by
hand

To prevent damage to the vehicle when
washing it, first remove the thicker dust and
dirt. To remove traces of insects, grease and
fingerprints, it is best to use a special cleaner
for matte paint.

Apply the product with a microfibre cloth. To
avoid damaging the surface of the paint, do
not apply too much pressure.

Rinse with plenty of water. Then clean it with
a neutral cleaning product and a soft microfi-
bre cloth.

Rinse the vehicle again with plenty of water
and then leave it to dry. Remove traces of
water with a leather cloth.

WARNING

Only wash the vehicle with the ignition

switched off or according to the specifica-
tions of the car wash tunnel operator. Risk
of accident!

When cleaning the underbody or the in-

side of the wheel arches, protect yourself
from sharp or pointy metal parts. Risk of
cut!

After cleaning the brakes could act more

slowly due to moisture or, in winter, the ice
on the brake discs and pads. Risk of acci-
dent! In this case the brakes should be
dried by pressing the brake pedal several
times.

CAUTION

Before washing the vehicle in an auto-

matic car wash, please make sure to re-
tract the exterior mirrors to prevent them
from being damaged. The electric folding

exterior mirrors should only be folded elec-
tronically!

Do not wash the vehicle in direct sunlight.

Risk of damaging the paint job!

Do not use sponges, abrasive household

sponges or similar to clean insect remains.
Risk of damaging the surface!

Vehicle parts with matte paint:

Do not use polish or hard wax. Risk of
damaging the surface!

Never select washing programs that in-
clude the use of wax. This could dam-
age the appearance of matte paint.

Do not put stickers or magnets on parts
with matte paint, as removing them
may damage the paint.

For the sake of the environment

The car should only be washed in special
wash bays. These places are prepared to
prevent oily water from getting into the
public drains.

Cleaning and maintenance instruc-
tions

The cleaning and maintenance of individual
components of the vehicle can be checked in
the following tables. The contents should be
understood merely as a recommendation. Go
to your specialised workshop if you have

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Vehicle maintenance

special questions or parts that are not listed.
Take he general considerations into account

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 in Take special care with... on

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Cleaning the exterior

Windscreen wipers

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Soft cloth with wipers

Headlights / Tail lights

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Soft sponge with neutral soap

solution

a)

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Sensors / Camera lenses

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Sensors

: soft cloth with a sol-

vent-free cleaning product

Camera lenses

: soft cloth with

an alcohol-free cleaning prod-

uct

Snow/ice

Hand brush/Anti frost spray
with no solvents

Wheels

Problem

Solution

Antifreeze salt

Water

Brake abrasion

dust

Acid-free special cleaning

product

End exhausts

Problem

Solution

Antifreeze salt

Water, if a steel cleaning prod-

uct is required

Covers / Trims

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Neutral soap solution

a)

, if a

steel cleaning product is re-
quired

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Paint

Problem

Solution

Paint flaws

Check the paint's colour code
in an authorised service and re-
store with a touch-up pencil

Spilled fuel

Immediately rinse with water

Environmental rust
tank

Apply rust remover and then
apply hard wax. Go you your
specialised workshop if you
have any queries

Problem

Solution

Corrosion

Have your specialised work-
shop take care of this

The water does
not create drop-

lets on the clean

paint

Maintain with hard wax (at
least 2 times a year)

No shine de-
spite sober main-

tenance/paint

Treat with suitable wax and ap-

ply paint preservative after-
wards if the wax used does not
contain preservative ingredi-
ents

Tanks, e.g. insect

remains, bird
droppings, tree

sap, road salt

Immediately soften with water
and remove with a microfibre

cloth

Fat-based dirt,
e.g. cosmetic
products or

sunscreen

Delete immediately with a neu-
tral soap solution

a)

 and a soft

cloth

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Carbon fibre parts

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Clean the same way as pain-
ted parts 

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Maintenance

Decoration slides

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Soft sponge with neutral soap

solution

a)

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Interior cleaning

Windows

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Apply windscreen cleaner and
then dry with a cloth

Covers / Trims

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Neutral soap solution

a)

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Plastic parts

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Damp cloth

Encrusted dirt

Neutral soap solution

a)

, if pos-

sible solvent-free plastic clean-
er

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Displays/instrument panel

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Soft cloth with a liquid crystal

display cleaner

Control panels

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Soft brush, then soft cloth with
neutral soap solution

a)

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Seat belts

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Neutral soap solution

a)

, al-

lowed to dry before retracting

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Fabrics, artificial, Alcantara leather

Problem

Solution

Particles of dirt
stuck to surfaces

Vacuum cleaner

Water-based dirt,
e.g. coffee, tea,

blood etc.

Absorbent cloth and neutral
soap solution

a)

Problem

Solution

Grease-based
dirt, e.g. oil, make-
up, etc.

Apply a neutral soap solution

a)

.

Absorb the dissolved grease
and paint particles drying with
an absorbent cloth, in case you

must treat it with water after-

wards

Special dirt, e.g.
pens, nail polish,
dispersion paint,
shoe cream etc.

Special stain remove: dry with
an absorbent cloth, if applica-
ble, apply neutral soap solution
afterwards

a)

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Natural leather

Problem

Solution

Recent dirt

Cotton cloth with neutral soap

solution

a)

Water-based dirt,

e.g. coffee, tea,
blood etc.

Recent stains: absorbent cloth

Dry stains: stain remover suita-
ble for leather

Grease-based

dirt, e.g. oil, make-

up, etc.

Recent stains: absorbent cloth
and suitable stain remover for
leather

Dry stains: grease solvent
spray

Special dirt, e.g.
pens, nail polish,
dispersion paint,
shoe cream etc.

Stain remover suitable for
leather

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Vehicle maintenance

Problem

Solution

Care

Apply preservative cream regu-
larly to protect from sunlight.
Use a colour preservative if re-
quired

a)

Neutral soap solution: two tablespoons maximum in

1 litre of water

Carbon fibre parts

Problem

Solution

Dirt

Clean like plastic parts

Take special care with...

Headlights/tail lights

Do not clean the headlights/tail lights with

a dry cloth or sponge.

Do not use cleaning products that contain

alcohol. Risk of cracks!

Wheels

Do not use for paint wax or other abrasive

products.

If the protective coating on the paint of the

rim has been damaged due to stone impacts,
scratches, etc., the damage should be re-
paired immediately.

Camera lenses

Do not use hot or warm water to remove ice

or snow from the camera lenses. Risk of
cracking the lens!

To clean the camera lens, never use abra-

sive cleaning products or products with alco-
hol. Risk of scratches and cracks!

Windows

Remove snow and ice from windows and

exterior mirrors with a plastic scraper only. To
avoid scratches, the scraper should only be
pushed in one direction and not moved to
and fro.

Never remove snow or ice from windows

and rearview mirrors with warm or hot water.
Risk of cracks on the windows!

To prevent damage to the heating of the

rear window, do not put stickers over the
heating elements.

Covers/trims

Do not use cleaning products or chrome

based cleaning agents.

Paint

The vehicle must be free from dirt and dust

before applying wax or care products. Risk of
scratches!

Do not apply wax or care products if the

vehicle is exposed to direct sunlight. Risk of
damaging the paint job!

The ambient rust deposits must not be re-

moved through friction. Risk of damaging the
paint job!

Remove cosmetic products and sunlight

immediately. Risk of damaging the paint job!

Displays/instrument panel

The screens, the instrument panel and the

trim around it must not be cleaned dry. Risk of
scratches!

Make sure that the instrument panel is

switched off and cooled down before clean-
ing.

Make sure that no liquid leaks between the

instrument panel and the trim. Risk of dam-
age!

Control panels

Make sure that no liquid leaks into the con-

trol panels. Risk of damage!

Seat belts

Do not remove the seat belts to clean them.

Seat belts and their components must nev-

er be cleaned with chemical products, nor
should they be allowed to come into contact
with corrosive liquids, solvents or sharp ob-
jects. Risk of damaging the fabric!

If you find any damage to the belt webbing,

belt fittings, the belt retractor or the buckle,
ask your specialised workshop to replace the
belt in question.

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Maintenance

Fabrics/artificial leather/Alcantara leath-
er

Do not treat artificial leather/Alcantara

leather with leather cleaning products, sol-
vents, wax polish, shoe cream, stain removers
or similar products.

If the stain is very hard to remove, take the

vehicle to a specialised workshop to have it
removed there. This will prevent damage.

Do not use steam cleaners, brushes, hard

sponges, etc. to clean.

Do not turn on seat heating to dry the

seats.

Sharp objects on clothing, such as zips, riv-

ets or belts can damage the surface.

Open Velcro, e.g. on clothes can damage

the seat upholstery. Make sure that Velcro
fasteners are closed.

Natural leather

Never use solvents, wax polish, shoe cream,

spot removers or similar products on leather.

Sharp objects on clothing, such as zips, riv-

ets or belts can damage the surface.

Do not use steam cleaners, brushes, hard

sponges, etc. to clean.

Do not turn on seat heating to dry the

seats.

Avoid exposing leather to direct sunlight for

long periods, otherwise it may tend to lose
some of its colour. If the car is left for a pro-

longed period in the bright sun, it is best to
cover the leather.

WARNING

Do not use water-repellent coatings on the
windscreen. In bad visibility conditions
such as humid weather, darkness or when
the sun is in its lowest point, visibility may
be impacted. Risk of accident! Such coat-
ings can also cause the windscreen wiper
blades to make noise.

Note

Remains of insects can be removed much

more easily with previously treated paint.

Regular car care treatments can prevent

deposits of ambient rust.

Remove the vehicle from traffic

If you want to leave your vehicle stationary
for a long period of time, contact a qualified
workshop. They will gladly inform you about
the necessary measures, such as anti-corro-
sion protection, Service and storage.

Also take into account instructions regarding
the vehicle's battery 

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Accessories and modifi-
cations to the vehicle

Accessories, spare parts and
repair work

Introduction

Always ask your dealer or specialist retailer
for advice before purchasing accessories
and replacement parts.

Your vehicle is designed to offer a high stand-
ard of active and passive safety. For this rea-
son, we recommend that you ask a SEAT Offi-
cial Service for advice before fitting accesso-
ries or replacement parts. Your SEAT Official
Service has the latest information from the
manufacturer and can recommend accesso-
ries and replacement parts which are suita-
ble for your requirements. They can also an-
swer any questions you might have regarding
official regulations.

We recommend only using 

SEAT accesso-

ries

 and 

genuine SEAT parts®

. SEAT has

tested these parts and accessories for suita-
bility, reliability and safety. SEAT Official
Services have the necessary experience and
facilities to ensure that the parts are installed
correctly and professionally.

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Accessories and modifications to the vehicle

Any 

retro-fitted equipment

 which has a di-

rect effect on the vehicle and/or the way it is
driven, such as a cruise control system 

or

electronically-controlled suspension

, must

be approved for use in your vehicle and bear
the 

e

 mark (the European Union's authorisa-

tion symbol).

If 

any additional electrical devices

 are fit-

ted which do not serve to control the vehicle
itself (for instance a refrigerator box, laptop
or ventilator fan, etc.), they must bear the 

sign (manufacturer conformity declaration in
the European Union).

WARNING

Accessories, for example telephone hold-
ers or cup holders, should never be fitted
on the covers, or within the working range
of the airbags. Otherwise, there is a danger
of injury if the airbag is triggered in an acci-
dent.

Technical modifications

Unauthorised modifications to the electronic
components, software, wiring or data transfer
in the vehicle may cause malfunctioning.

You will appreciate that your SEAT dealership
cannot be held liable for any damage
caused by modifications and/or work per-
formed incorrectly.

For this reason we recommend asking official
SEAT service centres to do any necessary
work using 

genuine SEAT parts®

.

WARNING

Incorrectly performed modifications or
other work on your vehicle can lead to mal-
functions and cause accidents.

Radio telephones and office equip-
ment

Radio transmitters (fixed installation)

Any retrofit installations of radio transmitters
in the vehicle require prior approval. SEAT
generally authorises in-vehicle installations
of approved types of radio transmitters provi-
ded that:

The antenna is installed correctly.

The aerial is installed on the exterior of the

vehicle (and shielded cables are used to-
gether with non-reflective aerial trimming).

The effective transmitting power does not

exceed 10 Watts at the aerial base.

A SEAT Official Service and specialised work-
shop will be able to inform you about options
for installing and operating radio transmitters
with a 

higher

 transmitting power.

Mobile radio transmitters

Commercial mobile telephones or radio
equipment might interfere with the electron-
ics of your vehicle and cause malfunctions.
This may be due to:

No external aerial.

External aerial incorrectly installed.

Transmitting power more than 10 W.

You must, therefore, do not operate portable
mobile telephones or radio equipment 

inside

the vehicle

 without a properly installed exter-

nal aerial 

››› 

.

Please note also that the maximum range of
the equipment can only be achieved with an

external

 aerial.

Business equipment

Retrofit installation of business or private
equipment in the vehicle is permitted, provi-
ded the equipment cannot interfere with the
driver's immediate control of the vehicle and
that any such equipment carries the 

 mark.

Any retrofit equipment that could influence
the driver's control of the vehicle must have a
type approval for your vehicle and must carry
the 

e

 mark.

WARNING

Mobile telephones or radio equipment
which is operated inside the vehicle without

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Maintenance

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

Note

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.

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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
(EDR).

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.

GPS position.

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

Assist).

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-
tigation.

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).

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-
cycling

Joints and connections designed for easy

dismantling.

Modular construction to facilitate disman-

tling.

Increased use of single-grade materials.

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Information for the user

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.

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
2000/53/EC):

 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-

tems.

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,
etc.).

The use of water-soluble paints.

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-
ty

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.

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

www.seat.com/generalinfo

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-
dress:

www.seat.com/generalinfo

 

Ukraine

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-
dress:

www.seat.com/generalinfo

Addresses of the manufacturers

The address of the manufacturers of compo-
nents that, due to their size or nature, cannot

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Information for the user

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
Website: www.askgroup.it

Mitsumi Electronics Europe GmbH
Siemensstrasse 32
63225 Langen, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 6103913-0
Website: www.minebeamitsumi.co.jp

Molex CVS Hildesheim GmbH
Daimlerring 31
31135 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +49 3377 3160
Website: www.molex.com

Antenna amplifiers

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

Hirschmann Car Communication GmbH
Stuttgarter Strasse 45-51
72654 Neckartenzlingen, Germany
Phone: +49 7127 140
Website: www.te.com

KATHREIN Automotive GmbH
Römerring 1
31137 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +498031184-0
Website: www.kathrein.com

Molex CVS Hildesheim GmbH
Daimlerring 31
31135 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +49 3377 3160
Website: www.molex.com

Navigation antenna

Hirschmann Car Communication GmbH
Stuttgarter Strasse 45-51
72654 Neckartenzlingen, Germany
Phone: +49 7127 140
Website: www.te.com

KATHREIN Automotive GmbH
Römerring 1
31137 Hildesheim, Germany
Phone: +498031184-0
Website: www.kathrein.com

Connectivity Box

Molex CVS Dabendorf GmbH
Märkische Strasse 72
15806 Zossen OT Dabendorf, Germany
Phone:+49 3377 3160
Website: www.molex.com

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

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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
GmbH
Robert Bosch Str. 27-29
63225 Langen, Germany

Panasonic Automotive Systems Czech,
s.r.o.
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
GmbH
Peter-Dornier-Strasse, 10
88131, Lindau, Germany

Rear radar sensors

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

Online Connectivity Unit

LG ELECTRONICS INC.
10, Magokjungang 10-ro,
Gangseo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Frequency bands, station power

Radioelectrical equipment

a)

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

heater)

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

Alhambra

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Information for the user

Radioelectrical equipment

a)

Frequency band

Max. station power

Valid for models

Transmitted-Receiver (independent heating)

868.0-868.6 MHz (868.3 MHz)

23.5 mW

Alhambra

868.7-869.2 MHz (869.0 MHz)

23.5 mW

Leon, Ateca and Tarraco

Bluetooth

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

WCDMA FDD VIII: 880-915MHz

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

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

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Information for the user

Radioelectrical equipment

a)

Frequency band

Max. station power

Valid for models

Instrument panel

125 kHz

40 dBµA/m

Ibiza, Arona, Ateca, Tarraco and
Alhambra

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

a)

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

Additional information for coun-
tries outside the European Union

Mexico

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-
dress:

https://www.seat.mx/servicio/mi-seat/manual-
del-propietario.html

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.

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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

Türkiye
Telsiz Ekipmanları Yönetmeliği
(2014/53/AB)

Aracınızda çeşitli telsiz ekipmanları bulun-
maktadır.

Telsiz Ekipmanlari Yönetmeliği (2014/53/AB)
açısından Türkiye pazarı için radyo ekipmanı
ithalatçısı (bu bilgi sadece resmi temsilcimiz
olan Doğuş Otomotiv Servis ve Ticaret A.Ş.’nin
ithal ettiği ürünler için geçerlidir):

Doğuş Otomotiv Servis ve Ticaret A.Ş.

Şekerpınar Mahallesi, Anadolu Caddesi,
No: 22 ve 45
41420 Çayırova/Kocaeli

Ukraine

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Importer:

Porsche Ukraine LLC
Pavla Tychyny ave. 1V, Office “B”, 4th floor
02152 Kyiv, Ukraine.

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