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Spring sees Seat upgrade its appeal

Wed, 23 Apr 2008
Spanish automobile manufacturer Seat is upgrading its appeal with a new suite of deals this spring.

According to the company, the Ibiza supermini is being sold with low rate personal contract purchase terms, no deposit and typical annual percentage rate of just 6.9 per cent.

The firm added that people who pick up certain Altea, Altea XL and Leon models are being invited to upgrade for free - a process which could save them some £1,350.

Higher spec on a Seat Leon would see drivers benefit from dual zone climate control air conditioning, dark-tinted privacy glass and one-shot electric rear windows.

"We're confident that these attractive incentives, allied to the natural appeal of the sporty, lively and design-driven Seat line-up, will help us maintain the impressive sales momentum we have built up this year," said Seat UK head of marketing Steve Robertson.

Seat is owned by the Volkswagen Group and employs 14,500 people.ADNFCR-1081-ID-18564378-ADNFCR


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