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Seat Exeo Sales Figures

Seat Exeo

The Seat Exeo sedan and Exeo ST station wagon were introduced late 2008 based on the design of the outgoing Audi A4 sedan and A4 Avant station wagon.

Seat Exeo Overview

The SEAT Exeo was a mid-sized sedan (and later, a station wagon) produced by the Spanish car manufacturer SEAT, a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. Introduced in 2008, the Exeo was a unique offering in SEAT’s lineup, as it was essentially a rebadged and slightly re-engineered version of the previous generation Audi A4 (B7).

The Exeo was SEAT’s foray into the executive car market, a segment it had not directly addressed since the discontinuation of the SEAT Toledo in its original form. By utilizing the previous generation Audi A4 platform and design, SEAT was able to introduce a premium product without incurring the usual development costs associated with an all-new vehicle. While the fundamental architecture and interior of the Exeo were derived from the Audi A4, the car received distinctive front and rear end designs to align it more closely with SEAT’s brand identity at the time. The interior was reminiscent of the Audi A4, with high-quality materials and a layout that was familiar to Audi drivers. The Exeo borrowed its engine lineup from the Volkswagen Group’s range, offering a variety of turbocharged petrol and diesel options. Notably, these engines were known for their performance and efficiency.

The Exeo was produced between 2008 and 2013. While it found a niche audience and was appreciated for its build quality and value proposition (offering a near-premium experience at a more affordable price), SEAT decided to discontinue the model in favor of focusing on other segments. The discontinuation also came about due to SEAT’s broader strategy and the evolution of the car market, which saw a stronger shift towards SUVs and crossovers.

Seat Exeo Sales Figures

In summary, the SEAT Exeo was a unique proposition in the carmaker’s lineup, offering a more premium experience based heavily on Audi’s proven A4 platform. However, it was a short-lived model, with SEAT opting to concentrate on other growing segments of the automotive market after 2013.

Seat Exeo Europe Sales Data & Charts

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2008 51
2009 15,223
2010 24,516
2011 21,519
2012 12,126
2013 7,001
2014 243
2015 7
2016 2

Europe Annual Growth