SEAT is ensuring new car buyers searching for the best deal for September 2010 need look no further than the Spanish marque's showrooms as it unveils an array of tempting deals, including great offers on its special edition SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff model.
Celebrating SEAT's partnership with Columbian pop sensation Shakira the special edition SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff debuted earlier this year. Based on the popular SEAT Ibiza 1.4 SE, the car's available in either practical 5dr or sporty SC bodystyles, and whichever one is chosen buyers will enjoy a sparkling array of neat extras as standard.
Originally priced at a very competitive £12,300 RRP (£12,710 RRP for the 5dr) these extra-special SEAT Ibizas are now being made available with both significant discounts and enticing finance deals.
SEAT's push for September savings means all SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff 1.4 SC models bought and registered before 30th September 2010 are being offered at £10,495 - a saving of £1,805 off the RRP - while Good Stuff 1.4 5dr models are available at £10,995, saving £1,715 off the previous RRP.
What's more, the cars are being made available with eye-catching low deposit and low payment plans courtesy of SEAT Solutions. Both versions are offered with a low deposit - just £199 in the case of the SEAT Ibiza SC - followed by 41 monthly payments of £199 on the Solutions Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) plan, at an APR of just 8.5%.
Predictably, perhaps, the SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff adds a great selection of state-of-the-art extras to its already generous roster of standard-fit kit including a TomTom satnav system and unique SEAT dashboard dock and cradle. Other goodies exclusive to the Good Stuff include a black Apple iPod Nano 8GB complete with etched SEAT logo and SEAT branded content, iPod docking station, and Bluetooth hands-free phone system.
On top of this, the SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff keeps its occupants as cool as they look thanks to the special edition's climate control system.
Of course there's much more to the car as the extras add to the SEAT Ibiza's already generous SE spec which includes, as standard, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, front fog lights with cornering function, one-touch electric windows, height and reach adjustable steering wheel, six-speaker MP3 compatible AM/FM radio/CD player with combined USB and AUX-in port, trip computer and speed-sensitive electro-mechanical power steering.
Smart 16" 'Sonda' alloy wheels, dark tinted rear windows and bespoke boot badging complete the Good Stuff goodies.
Beneath the bonnet lies a newly EU V-compliant 1.4-litre 16V petrol engine driving the front wheels through a crisp five-speed manual gearbox. Offering 85 PS at 5,000 rpm, the engine carries the SEAT from rest to 62 mph in a sprightly 11.8 seconds (12.2 seconds 5dr) and offers a top speed, where legal, of 110 mph (109 mph 5dr). CO2 emissions stand at 142 g/km and, on the combined cycle, the SEAT Ibiza Good Stuff's official consumption is put at a frugal 47.1 mpg.
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