Seat Alhambra a fortress on wheels

The Seat Alhambra multi-purpose vehicle has safety features such as seven airbags, blind spot detection and a braking system that prevents or lessens the impact after a collision.
The Seat Alhambra multi-purpose vehicle has safety features such as seven airbags, blind spot detection and a braking system that prevents or lessens the impact after a collision. ST PHOTOS: CHONG JUN LIANG
The Seat Alhambra multi-purpose vehicle has safety features such as seven airbags, blind spot detection and a braking system that prevents or lessens the impact after a collision.
The Seat Alhambra multi-purpose vehicle has safety features such as seven airbags, blind spot detection and a braking system that prevents or lessens the impact after a collision. ST PHOTOS: CHONG JUN LIANG
The seat cushion of two of the three secondrow seats can be raised to form a child booster seat, which has a detachable headrest with head and neck support. There is also a fold-down tray table.
The seat cushion of two of the three secondrow seats can be raised to form a child booster seat, which has a detachable headrest with head and neck support. There is also a fold-down tray table.ST PHOTOS: CHONG JUN LIANG

The spacious Seat Alhambra has user-friendly amenities and is value for money

Spanish carmaker Seat is known for naming its rides after places in its home country.

The Alhambra multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) takes its name from the famed Moorish fortress in southern Spain, a Unesco World Heritage Site.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 27, 2020, with the headline 'Fortress on wheels'. Print Edition | Subscribe