I bought the grilles for the Cupra R and fitted them. I preferred the Cupra R grilles to the standard Cupra fog lights.
Hi, how do you have bronze on the bumper sides? Iv always wanted this. Is this because you have a different edition or version? Others i see is just badge being copper
(y) (y) lookers Seat also have delivery dates next month rather than October win win. Just need to decide whether I want one of these over my 8 year old A6 Avant. Swapping big and luxurious for small and fun!
Applied for this deal, got a call today saying the pricing in my quote had updated. Maintenance increased from £9 to £17 and you also have to pay the £199 processing fee.
Manufacturer Warranty covers defects, but not servicing or consumables. Some car manufacturers include servicing for X years, but Seat isn't one of them. I think that the Cupra has long-life service program. This means a maximum of 24m or 20,000 miles, but it can be much before that -- it's up to the car to decide. My current Leon needed a service at about 12,000 miles after 15m or so. I believe the initial service will come in at ~£200. A decent brand-name tyre could come in at £120/corner (or more)... I'd imagine you'd need at least one set of fronts, but probably not rears. In my experience, lease maintenance programs tend to use decent tyres. Assuming your car needed on service and two front tyres, that cost would come to around £450... amortised over the two years that's about £18.50/m. If you can get maintenance from the lease company for less than that, then I would personally go for it. If it's more, then you should maybe give it some more consideration.