With the official Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders' figures published, SEAT's fleet and business sales operation is celebrating doubling of its September registrations.
The figures show that SEAT's fleet market share has increased to 2.5% and 3,380 sales, a 100.7% increase compared to the same period in 2010.
The results help show that SEAT's goal to become a fleet manufacturer of choice and campaign to draw in fleet and business customers is being realised.
SEAT UK National Fleet Sales Manager Sally Livingstone-Dennis said: "These fabulous figures underline the success we are having out there in what is, and I think will remain, a very tough fleet market.
"The initiatives we have put in place over the past couple of years – investments in both people and systems – are now bearing fruit and I’m convinced that this successful performance will continue."
Motability customer sales are also increasing, with Motability specialists now in the majority of SEAT dealerships across the UK, with the charity naming SEAT 'Best Manufacturer Partner' at the 2010 Supplier Awards and presenting the brand a 'Highly Commended' position in same category this year.
The recent addition of a Multitronic gearbox option in the business class SEAT Exeo saloon and ST and CO2 performance of SEAT models are helping to make SEAT's line up more appealing for both fleet managers and user-choosers.
Sally Livingstone-Dennis added: "The economic climate, and outlook for business, may be mixed but that simply means fleet customers will be focusing more intently than ever on the best possible value. SEAT is ideally placed to provide that."
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