SEAT UK has just launched a far-reaching marketing campaign, entitled ‘Beautifully Made May Event’, highlighting the quality and style of its range, as well as a tempting £500 towards the purchase of any new SEAT.
Emphasising the state-of-the-art engineering and quality of its cars, as well as the emotion and passion of Barcelona, its home city, SEAT’s latest promotion runs until 31 May across all five of its model ranges; Mii, Ibiza, Toledo, Leon and Alhambra. Crucially, the post-test-drive incentive is available in addition to all other SEAT UK offers, which means car buyers can do more than just benefit from a £500 (including VAT) contribution towards the purchase of a new SEAT – they can also take advantage of some tempting finance offers, such as 0% APR representative finance, or, competitively priced Solutions (PCP) finance packages.
The sporty brand’s latest campaign will be promoted widely across several marketing channels, including cinema, radio and online, while the offer applies to end-user retail sales only, on cars ordered by 31 May and registered by 30 September 2016.
There are some seriously tempting offers available. Among them is up to £3,245 off the SOL version of SEAT’s iconic Ibiza supermini. Costing from £8,995 in SC (Sport Coupé) guise, instead of £12,240, it comes with a peppy 1.0 75PS engine, 15-inch ‘Marsala’ alloy wheels, plus, air conditioning, DAB digital radio and Bluetooth.
All of the latest SEAT UK showroom models are included, so whether it’s the fashion-led appeal of the Mii by MANGO limited edition, the sporty look of its FR-Line brother, right up to the performance and handling prowess of the new Ibiza CUPRA Black and Leon CUPRA 290 range, there is a car to suit every need. Another recent arrival is SEAT’s Leon SE Dynamic. Available in svelte five-door or striking, yet practical, ST (Sports Tourer) bodystyles, the well-equipped mid-trim level costs from £17,700.
Full terms and conditions are available at www.seat.co.uk. Retail sales only, cars must be ordered by 31 May and registered by 30 September 2016.