Run-out offers and discounts and offers help SEAT Leon to a bumper final year

The current SEAT Leon is on course for one of its best-ever years, despite being replaced by an all-new model next March.

Run-out offers and discounts and value-packed special editions could mean that the Leon racks up more than 13,000 sales. The only year that the model has sold more was in 2007 when 13,488 hit the road.

Offers from SEAT dealers are helping to keep interest in Leon high before it's replaced in March next year. Available until 31 December is a 'No VAT' deal. But don't worry, SEAT hasn't done a Starbucks. The tax is still paid, but it's a snappier way of saying Leon has a 16.6 per cent discount on the list price (excluding options). It is dependent on taking out SEAT finance at 8.9 per cent over 42 months.

Elsewhere, it's no surprise to see dealers offering discounts of up to 20 per cent outside of the 'No VAT' deal. Pentagon is offering a 1.6 TDI CR Ecomotive SE Copa for £14,940 (a 21 per cent saving) and the 12-litre TSI SE Copa for £13,940 (a 19 per cent saving). Perrys can offer 16 per cent savings on the same cars.

The value-packed Leon FR+ Supercopa - added earlier in the year - is also still available. It gets sat nav, DAB radio, Bluetooth, parking sensors and xenon headlights and is offered with either a 211PS 2.0-litre petrol or a 170PS 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine. Prices start at £22,530.




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