SEAT is extending the sizzling summer into November and December with a pair of hot deals on its best-selling models. Both the popular Leon T FSI FR and the entire Ibiza range benefit from enticing offers that run for the rest of the year.
First up is a three-year 0% finance offer, with 25% deposit required, on every Ibiza model, from the £7,595 RRP 1.2 Reference, right up to the fire-breathing 1.9 TDI Cupra at £15,370. The offer is available for retail customers on all new Ibiza models registered before 31 st December 2006, subject to status and vehicle availability.
The Ibiza is SEAT's popular supermini, offering the perfect blend of style, practicality, driving dynamics, comfort, performance and low running costs. No wonder it was awarded What Car? magazine's 'Supermini of the Year' in 2003, 2004 and 2005 - as well as its overall Car of the Year title-holder in 2003.
SEAT is increasingly known as a sporty brand - even more so since winning the coveted Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Manufacturers' title this year. And that dynamic image has for some time been reflected in sales of its hotter derivatives. For example, in both the previous and new Leon ranges, it is the zesty FR versions that prove the most popular.
To make the Leon FR even more attractive, SEAT Finance is offering a fantastic PCP offer on the petrol version, the 2.0-litre T FSI FR with manual transmission. From as little as £229 per month, plus deposit and final payment (typical 10% APR), with a three-year, 10,000 mile Solution package, this 200 PS, mean-looking hot hatch could be yours.
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