With March approaching and a new registration plate on its way, it’s the right time to take advantage of SEAT’s offer to "move up a class" on selected models and make savings of up to £2000.

Until the 31 March customers buying an Arosa 1.0 city car will have their orders automatically upgraded to an Arosa S and gain £500 worth of extra equipment including alloy wheels, electric front windows, remote central locking and a front passenger airbag to match the driver’s.

What Car? magazine’s Best Supermini 2004 and Car of the Year 2003 is now even more attractive as an Ibiza 1.2 S becomes an Ibiza 1.2 SX. This move up brings climate control, alloy wheels, front fog lights and special SX trim, in addition to the already impressive standard spec list for the 1.2 S, and a saving of £500.

Diesel-powered options don’t come better than with the Cordoba and Toledo family saloons. Moving up from the Cordoba 1.9 TDi S with 100 PS to the top of the range Cordoba 1.9 TDi SE with 130 PS brings extra performance to match the extra equipment including a 6-speed gearbox, 15" alloys, trip computer, alarm, climate control and front fog lights, and a saving of £2000. It’s a similar story with Toledo. The 1.9 TDi SE with 110 PS becomes the more powerful and sporty Toledo TDi SE 130 PS, 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. The customer saves a generous £1000 on the cost of the SX and gains climate control, traction control, electric windows, special alloys, alarm, sports seats and SX interior trim at no extra cost.

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 offer to "move up a class" is valid on selected models for vehicles registered before 31 March 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 : 18/02/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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