|Body and chassis|
|Class||Light commercial vehicle|
|Body style||Panel van|
|Platform||Volkswagen Group A03|
|Related||SEAT Ibiza Mk2
SEAT Córdoba Mk1
Volkswagen Caddy Typ 9K
Volkswagen Polo Mk3
Volkswagen Polo Playa
Volkswagen Polo Classic
|Engine||1.4 L I4
1.6 L I4
1.9 L I4 D
1.9 L I4 SDI
1.9 L I4 TDI
|Length||4,207 mm (165.6 in)|
|Width||1,695 mm (66.7 in)|
|Height||1,846 mm (72.7 in)|
The SEAT Inca had two rear wing doors which - because they were non-symmetrical - were supposed to facilitate loading and unloading. Capable of carrying a payload of 550 kg (1,213 lb)  and drawing a 1,000 kg (2,205 lb)  braked trailer the Inca proved to be a strong work-horse in many markets.
- 'Comercial do Ano' award in 1997, in Portugal 
The Inca came with 1.4 60 brake horsepower (45 kW; 61 PS) and 1.6 75 bhp (56 kW; 76 PS) petrol engines, and was also available with the tried-and-tested 64 bhp (48 kW; 65 PS) 1.9 (1896cc) indirect injection diesel engine from the Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen Polo, or a 90 bhp (67 kW) Turbocharged Direct Injection (TDI) diesel in certain countries. A 64 bhp (48 kW; 65 PS) 1.9 Suction Diesel Injection (SDI) direct injection diesel with electronic control and improved economy over the indirect injection engine was also available from 1999 onwards.
|Petrol Engine||Top Speed||Acceleration 0–80 km/h, s||Acceleration 0–100 km/h, s|
|1.4, 44 kW (60 PS; 59 bhp)||142 km/h (88 mph)||11.4||18.8|
|1.6, 55 kW (75 PS; 74 bhp)||155 km/h (96 mph)||9.6||15.2|
|Diesel Engine||Top Speed||Acceleration 0–80 km/h, s||Acceleration 0–100 km/h, s|
|1.9 Indirect Injection D, 47 kW (64 PS; 63 bhp)||144 km/h (89 mph)||12.4||20.6|
|1.9 Direct Injection SDi, 47 kW (64 PS; 63 bhp)||144 km/h (89 mph)||12.1||20.1|
|1.9 Turbo-charged Direct Injection TDI, 66 kW (90 PS; 89 bhp)||165 km/h (103 mph)||9.0||14.0|
Sales and production figures
From its launch in 1996 until end of production in 2003, more than 115,000 SEAT Inca cars were produced and sold.
The total production per year of SEAT Inca cars, manufactured in SEAT and other Volkswagen group's plants, is shown in the following table (not comprising cars of other Volkswagen group brands, produced in SEAT-owned facilities) :
|SEAT Inca Kombi||7,708||8,573||5,534||5,316||3,879||2,150|
|Total annual production||24,934||27,794||21,862||20,523||15,681||10,132|
The SEAT Inca was rebadged by SEAT's parent company Volkswagen and sold under the name Volkswagen Caddy (Typ 9K). Its badge-engineered VW stablemate was identical in every respect apart from some (easily interchangeable) branding logos, and the front grille.
In the early 2000s, the Volkswagen Group had decided to shift the marketing focus of the SEAT brand to target the younger driver with an emphasis on more sporty models. Despite this move, the VW Caddy and the Inca continued to be produced at the same manufacturing facilities until the Inca was discontinued in June 2003.
The Inca name was then dropped from the SEAT line-up, but the Caddy was replaced with a new variant based on the Volkswagen Golf Mk5 platform.
- SEAT Inca owners manual
- Palmares SEAT http://www.seat.pt/pt/generator/su/pt/SEAT/site/campanhas/DesportivoDoAno/main,lang=pt.html
- "Volkswagen AG Annual Report 1999" (PDF). Volkswagen AG. 2010-09-13. Retrieved 2010-09-13.
- Volkswagen AG Annual Report 2000
- Volkswagen AG Annual Report 2001
- Volkswagen AG Annual Report 2002
- Volkswagen AG Annual Report 2003
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