Leon also offers the chance for customers to "move up" from the 1.6 S (£11,215) to the 1.6 SX worth £1000 more at no cost. Climate control, traction control, electric windows, special alloys, alarm, sports seats and SX trim are just some of the gains.
The Toledo range of eight family saloons in four specifications (S, SE, Sport and V5) with a price to suit every pocket (£13,265 to £16,715) remains unchanged. There is a choice of six petrol and diesel engines with power outputs from 110 to 180PS. The "move up" offer on Toledo transforms the 1.9 TDi SE (£14,665) with 110PS to the higher powered SE 130PS (£15,165) and gains a 6-speed gearbox and sports suspension while saving £500.
There are no specification changes for 2005 on SEAT’s seven-seater MPV, the Alhambra, but the range is adopting the new style derivative names. Alhambra S becomes Alhambra Reference, SX remains SX, SE becomes Stylance and Sport remains as Sport. The range has a choice of two petrol engines (2.0-litre 115PS and 2.8-litre 204PS) and two diesel engines (1.9 TDi PD 115PS and 1.9 TDi PD 130 PS). Until the end of the year the 1.9 TDi PD 115PS Reference (£18,215) model will become the Alhambra 130PS SX when customers choose to "move up" a class. This means a £1000 saving, 15PS more, cruise control, trays on the front seat backs, six seats plus a cool/warm box and an extra seventh seat to replace the cool box when needed.
All prices are on the road including VAT, delivery, plates, first registration fee, 12 months road fund licence, 3 years warranty and SEAT Assistance including breakdown cover in Europe.
SEAT’s "move up" offer runs until 31 December 2004.Published 5 August 2004