The local police of the municipality of Martorell (Barcelona) have added to their patrol car vehicle pool with three SEAT Toledo, each equipped with a 105 hp 1.9 TDi engine and state-of-the-art police security technology. The handing-over ceremony of the new vehicles was held last Friday in Martorell in the presence of SEAT España’s director Pedro Catena, Martorell’s mayor Salvador Esteve together with local councillors for public security and economy, Lluís Esteve and Teresa Casanoves, respectively, and Jaume Roura, manager of the Martorell Motor dealership.
The agreement between SEAT and the Martorell City Council, implemented through the Martorell Motor dealership, is the result of efforts on the part of SEAT España to have a presence in the city councils of those municipalities where the car manufacturer’s facilities are located.
Local police forces are well equipped with SEAT vehicles. In addition to the units provided to the Martorell force, added to the fleet of 100 Toledo currently used by the Barcelona City Police (Guardia Urbana), SEAT is also present in other Barcelona municipalities such as Sant Vicenç dels Horts, Castellbisbal, Sant Andreu de la Barca, Gavà, Olesa de Montserrat and Piera, amongst others.