SEAT will continue its "move up a class" offer on selected Ibiza, Leon, Toledo and Alhambra models until the end of the year. Moving up a class costs the customer nothing, but gives higher equipment levels, and savings of up to £1000 on the recommended retail price of the upgrade model.

The Ibiza, SEAT’s most popular model and What Car? magazine’s Best Supermini 2004, has been much praised for its style, performance and value. Specifications and prices across the whole range have recently been realigned to make it an even more attractive prospect for buyers, but moving up a class makes it more attractive still. Buyers of an Ibiza 1.2 S will have their order automatically upgraded to an Ibiza 1.2 SX, saving £500 and gaining extra equipment in the form of climate control, alloy wheels, front fog lights and special SX trim.

If you are looking for diesel economy with space and performance, what could be better than a Toledo family saloon. This offer transforms the 1.9 TDi SE with 110PS into the faster Toledo TDi SE 130PS, with sports suspension and 6-speed gearbox and a saving of £500.

Moving up in SEAT’s 5-door sports hatch means swapping a Leon 1.6 S for a Leon 1.6 SX. This means saving £1000 on the cost of the SX and gaining a long list of extra equipment over the S. Climate control, traction control, electric windows, special alloys, alarm, sports seats and SX interior trim are just some of the gains.

Last, but certainly not least, the seven-seat Alhambra 1.9 TDi becomes the six-seat plus electric cool/warm box 1.9 TDi SX and a saving of over £1000. SX specification also includes two integrated child seats, an extra 15 PS, cruise control and trays on the front seat backs. For times when the extra passenger space is needed, a seventh seat is included which can replace the cool/warm box.

SEAT’s "move up a class" offer runs until 31 December 2004. Prices include VAT, delivery, plates, first registration fee, 12 months’ road fund licence, 3 years’ warranty and 5 years’ SEAT Assistance including breakdown cover in Europe.


Published : 15/07/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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