Spanish car maker SEAT is revolutionising the new car market with a set of truly stunning offers this January.
Forget 1917's February Revolution, the dynamic Latin motor maker is launching its very own assault on the automotive establishment with a set of stunning offers across its model range.
Offering specification-adjusted savings of up to £5,110 against competitor car RRPs, the suite of deals on selected SEAT models includes a special Revolution discount of up to £2,000 off SEAT list prices.
For a limited time only the SEAT Leon Stylance 1.9 TDI 105 PS, for instance, is offered at £13,220 RRP - down from the previous price of £15,220 thanks to the dramatic £2,000 Revolution concession.
Other similarly stirring offers are applied to the flexible SEAT Altea Stylance 1.9 TDI 105 PS, capable all-wheel drive Altea Freetrack 4 2.0 TSI, capacious Altea XL Stylance 1.9 TDI 105 PS, practical seven-seat Alhambra Stylance 2.0 TDI and environmentally responsible Ibiza Ecomotive 1.4 TDI.
The SEAT Revolution deals, which will run for just a few weeks, underline the Spanish firm's determination to deliver more car for the money in January 2009.
SEAT UK Head of Marketing, Steve Robertson, said: "We've devised the SEAT Revolution offers to very clearly underline the already impressive proposition our cars make to private buyers.
"Our reputation for generous levels of specification, our commitment to the highest build quality, or consistently strong residual values and our dealers' determination to deliver exceptional customer service means we're perfectly placed to start 2009 very strongly."
The SEAT Revolution gets under way via an extensive print, online and national radio advertising campaign.
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