With July's 212-plate registrations getting off to a strong start for the Irish car industry, SEAT Ireland is looking to keep that momentum going with some strong value special offers for Ireland's car buyers.
Dealerships open under Covid protocols
As well as reminding buyers that SEAT's Irish dealerships are - safely - open for business under current Covid protocols, there's zero per cent PCP finance available on models such as the Ibiza, Arona, Ateca and Alhambra.
Online discount vouchers
There's also a series of online discount vouchers, which can be downloaded from the SEAT Ireland website, which will get you cash off the SEAT of your choice. You can get vouchers for €1,000 off the cost of a Leon, Leon e-Hybrid, Ibiza, or Arona. Or, you can have €2,000 off the price of an Ateca or a Tarraco, or as much as €4,000 off the cost of an Alhambra MPV. There's also a discounted three-year inclusive service pack, which covers all your regular servicing costs, for €9.99 a month.
The Leon and Leon e-Hybrid are available with 3.9 per cent PCP finance. The Leon e-Hybrid was recently introduced and is a plug-in hybrid model which can go for a claimed 64km on a fully charged battery. Prices start from €33,070 for a five-door e-Hybrid hatchback in Xcellence trim or €34,575 for the Sportstourer estate.
'Tremendous value to be had'
Niall Phillips, Brand Director at SEAT Ireland said, "At SEAT Ireland, we always push ourselves to develop innovative and attractive finance offers for customers and I am hugely excited to announce these latest range of offers for the month of July with tremendous value to be had across the SEAT range. We are delighted that our showrooms across the country are open again enabling us to showcase the quality of our range through our outstanding network of dealer partners. While we are thrilled to welcome customers back to our dealerships, we are still cognisant of the external environment and of Covid-19 and our teams have worked extremely hard to re-enforce our safety protocols in order to keep our staff and customers safe."