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The Seat 600 is a two-door small car with a rear engine, that Seat brought to market in 1957 . It corresponded exactly to the Fiat 600 launched two years earlier and had a 4-cylinder inline engine with 633 cc and a power of 16 kW / 21.5 hp. Its top speed was 95 km / h. From 1959, a stronger engine (21 kW / 28.5 hp) was installed, which could accelerate the vehicle up to 100 km / h. As a Spanish feature, there was the Seat 600 Furgoneta Comercial , the rear side windows were left. Instead of the rear seats he had a metal box for goods transport.
1963 - again two years after the Italian model - the Seat 600 D was introduced. Its engine was larger (767 cc) and again slightly stronger (23.5 kW / 32 hp). In addition to the two-door sedan, there was a convertible sedan Seat 600 D Descapotable and - as a Spanish specialty a four-door sedan with extended wheelbase ( Seat 600 Sedan ). This vehicle was especially popular as a taxi, but also with young families. From 1964 it was called - according to the actual displacement - Seat 800 . After its setting, the tradition of the small four-door car continued with the Seat 850 and the Seat 127 .
When the production of the Fiat 600 had already been discontinued, Seat brought out the Seat 600 E in 1970 . He had, in contrast to the previous model front hinged doors. 1973, the production of the Seat 600 was finally abandoned.
Engines: 633 cc 0.63-0.77 liters (16-23.5 kW)
Geabox: 4 speed Manual
Length: 3322-3475 mm
Width: 1380 mm
Height: 1350 mm
Wheelbase : 2000-2180 mm
Curb weight: 580-700 kg