If one of your New Year's resolutions is to get a great deal on a stylish new car, look no further. SEAT, the young and vibrant car maker, is adding plenty of extra value to selected models across its range, in addition to offering some attractive Hire Purchase and PCP plans. The showroom bonanza is all part of SEAT's 'Think Differently' campaign, which will run for the whole of January 2007 at participating Dealers.Leon 2.0 TDI Reference Sport with styling kit
This show-stopping model has £2,500 worth of aerodynamic styling kit ready-fitted for just £16,995 RRP. The kit has already been a major success in the UK as a factory-approved option, with hundreds of customers elevating the Leon's already-sporty looks to something more reminiscent of the racetrack. Highlights include aggressive-looking bumpers, 18" BBS alloy wheels and twin chrome exhaust pipes.Toledo 2.0 TDI Sport
The Toledo, by far the most distinctive car in its segment (competing with the likes of the Toyota Avensis, Vauxhall Vectra, Renault Laguna etc.), also gets the pumped-up treatment. With £2,500 of free equipment, the attention-grabbing 2.0 TDI Sport is undeniably great value at £17,995 RRP. Its generous specification includes leather seats, BiXenon headlights, a dramatic styling kit, 18" BBS alloy wheels and Bluetooth phone connection.Ibiza 1.2 Reference Sport
The Ibiza 1.2 Reference Sport starts the New Year benefiting from £850 of free equipment, comprising 15" alloy wheels, sports seats, front fog lights, air conditioning and an MP3 compatible CD player. For style-conscious supermini buyers, this £8,595 RRP Ibiza represents dazzling value for money.Ibiza 1.4 100 PS DAB
Featuring a Blaupunkt Digital Radio with Aux-In connection and MP3 compatibility with steering wheel-mounted controls, this special edition Ibiza provides style and technology in equal measure. The DAB model is based on the 1.4 Sport, yet at £8,995 RRP it costs £230 less with £400 worth of audio equipment added for free. Not only that, it features a more powerful 100 PS petrol engine (with an extra 15 PS), and even sportier styling enhancements.Altea 1.6 and 1.9 TDI Reference Sport
At £11,395 and £12,395 respectively (a £1,500 saving on the usual RRPs), these two versions of the flexible and good-looking Altea offer top value for the family buyer. Standard equipment for this roomy five-seater includes air conditioning, six airbags, 16" alloy wheels, sports seats and remote central locking.Altea 2.0 TDI Special Edition
This £16,995 RRP special version of the Altea really turns up the style dial, with £1,400 worth of free equipment over the Stylance model on which it is based. This includes leather seats, smart 17" alloy wheels, Bluetooth phone connection, rear parking sensors and ESP (Electronic Stability Programme) with EBA (Emergency Brake Assist). This comes on top of the Stylance model's specification, highlights of which include MP3 compatible CD player, four electric windows, dual zone climate control, heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors plus cruise control.SEAT Finance HP and PCP offers
In addition to these New Year offers, SEAT Finance is offering very competitive interest rates with hire purchase or PCP - from as little as 5.9% typical APR - on selected Ibiza models, the Leon T FSI FR, the Altea FR and the Alhambra 2.0 TDI Reference and Stylance.
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