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SEAT Full Link in-car infotainment review

Simple, clear and it works! SEAT's system gets an almost perfect score here, as it's intuitive and works quickly

It isn’t the most interesting to look at, but SEAT’s system is easy to use. Everything  is clearly located on the touchscreen, and there are eight buttons to these sections surrounding the screen. You can liven it up with Full Link, which costs only £150 and adds the brand’s own phone integration, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto or MirrorLink. Both the Apple and Google systems are excellent, and are well worth adding.

There’s a clear similarity between  this and parent company Volkswagen’s system, but screen contrast is slightly down in comparison. The audio goes very loud, with strong bass and vocals. And generally, SEAT’s own nav works very well. It offers excellent connectivity  and simplicity for a bargain price.

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