Building on a buoyant start to 2008, SEAT is set for a storming March with a host of great offers across its line-up of sporty Spanish models.
And the brand is confident it has the automotive ammunition to do it: sporty, dynamic and downright exciting cars pepper the SEAT range, from the great value Ibiza supermini to the practical Altea MPV, capable Altea Freetrack 4, capacious Alhambra seven-seat people carrier and extreme 240 PS Leon Cupra.
- Tempting deals put sporty SEAT in pole position for March 2008
- Highlights include 0% finance, £1,500 off selected Altea and Altea XL, and up to £2,000 off the SEAT Toledo
- £750 in Center Parcs vouchers and two free integrated child seats for Alhambra buyers
Beyond that, there’s the environmentally responsible Ibiza Ecomotive with its 99 g/km CO2 figure and fuel economy of up to 88.3 mpg, plus the spicy Formula Racing (FR) sports models in the Ibiza, Altea and Leon line-ups.
SEAT has plenty on the horizon, too, as it looks to a busy summer of new model debuts.
More immediately, though, all eyes are on the sparkling selection of early spring deals SEAT has lined up to make the March ‘08’ registration plate change go with a bang.
Zero per cent finance is always a popular offer among buyers keen to keep a lid on their motoring costs, which is why it should appeal in particular to Ibiza customers. The already high value supermini, available as a three- or five-door, is offered with 0% finance over three years with just a 30% deposit.
The offer, which is subject to conditions, applies to almost all Ibizas – even the hot hatch-baiting FR – with the exception of the frugal new Ecomotive variant.
At the other end of the scale, in terms of size at least, is the family-friendly Alhambra full-size MPV. This flexible seven-seater is being offered with the unusual bonus of £750 in Center Parcs vouchers – meaning buyers can grab not just a great family car but also the chance of a great family break thrown in free!
Add the two free integrated child seats (together worth more than £250) and there’s a ‘grand’ reason to sign up for an Alhambra.
Head of Marketing, Steve Robertson, said of the firm’s latest suite of deals: ‘We are known for our sporty cars such as the Leon Cupra and FR series, but SEAT also has a great name for value.
‘I’m confident these new registration deals put SEAT at the top of March buyers’ test drive lists.’Published 12 February 2008