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SEAT 2-year service plan, 1 major and 1 minor service, 25% Black Friday saving, 24 x 14.99 payments - £359.76 @ Seat
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Posted 29th Nov 2020Posted 29th Nov 2020
SEAT 2-year service plan, 1 major and 1 minor service, 25% Black Friday saving, 24 x 14.99 payments - £359.76 @ Seat£359.76 Free P&P Free
For owners of 1-15 year-old SEAT vehicles (except Cupra Ateca). Either pay £359.76 upfront or 24 monthly payments of £14.99, for a major and a minor service (compared to the standa… Read more
Zardoz

I believe you can get the map updates on eBay with the official SD card for about £45.

gabesdad

They gave me a free SEAT multi-head cable when I bought the car, the Carplay randomly disconnects. Seemed better when I tried my Anker cable though. The salesman also filled the tank with diesel and free iLink unlock before I collected the car too. Think he felt guilty at the poor trade in on my old car from the sales manager.

Walpurgis

I’m glad this deal has been of some use to some people. When I posted it, I knew it would never go hot because it would be voted down by Seat haters, non-Seat owners, and people who argue, as one poster did, that its “a complete con” because he could buy the parts for no more than £80. Main dealer servicing is always going to be more expensive (and some other car-makers are lot more expensive than Seat), but, for me, it’s worth it because I don’t have a bank account that includes UK and EU roadside recovery (which would probably cost at least £100) and having a logbook full of Seat dealer stamps might add something when it comes to selling the vehicle. Even the wash and vacuum is potentially worth more than £20 over the two years. I’ve had my Seat Leon for several years now and it’s had no significant problems so far. It has the inevitable rattles for which the model is renowned, but it costs me only £30 a year in road tax (because of when it was first registered). Like all car-makers, Seat is far from perfect. What bugs me, for example, is the £150-odd (when I last checked) they charge for updating the satnav maps. Unlike elsewhere in Europe, in the UK they don’t offer a map subscription service - but I haven’t checked recently because I rely on Google Maps or Waze instead. Because I’ve never updated my built-in satnav system, it probably doesn’t even show the Millennium Dome in London!

SampleX

Come to think of it - I had to have a second visit to get FullLink working for Android Auto. Repeatedly insisted it was installed properly and working, eventually suggested that my phone wasn't compatible (Galaxy Note 8), before finally moving on to 'it must be a broken USB cable' without offering any expertise whatsoever advising me that Android Auto was a fussy beggar and not just any old USB-C cable would do... Properly missing a trick there, SEAT... you could be selling SEAT branded USB-C cables and telling technophobic oafs (or is that oaves?) that they're the ones they need to buy. Then again, I've no doubt they'd charge £59.99 and fifteen minutes of service time to have an engineer open the packet and ensure that the cable is properly installed.

SampleX

Monster! If only they'd offer me that. I'll be honest, I'd settle for the Alhambra not having had a flawed sunroof construction since 2010 that Seat pretend isn't well documented on forums and by used-car consumer advice websites, but which exists nonetheless in varying degrees of severity, and has become the bane of my life for 17 months made even worse in winter when the cold distorts whatever part of the sunroof it is that's leaking a small stream either straight down my windscreen pillars or through the headliner and into the interior light above the driver's seat, to then run through the driver's sun visor and drip out on to the driver. Not really what one expects from even a four year old used version of the £37,000+ top of the range model... They all seem to occur at 4-5 years old... When they first started building them in 2010 it was about 2014 before they started appearing on user forums as an issue... That and the fact that the sunroof lets in so much moisture to 'somewhere' in the car that if you turn the blowers on even in the middle of Summer, unless you have A/C turned on permanently, the car becomes like a misted up sauna within five minutes, blasting aerosol water vapour on to the windscreen. Very scary when it happens, and how quickly it happens. Still... the in-car Nespresso would be a nice touch. Does it actually work, or like my Alhambra does it just pee the coffee all over the place and then ask you to say 'thank you for my refreshing beverage?'

Brand new SEAT Leon Cupra 290 lease £289 deposit and £289 a month 36 months admin fee £199 8k mileage £10,892 @ Warrington Seat
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Posted 27th Nov 2019Posted 27th Nov 2019LocalLocal
Brand new SEAT Leon Cupra 290 lease £289 deposit and £289 a month 36 months admin fee £199 8k mileage £10,892 @ Warrington Seat£10,892
IMG SEAT Warrington have just posted this deal on their Instagram page. Leon Cupra 290 DSG £289 deposit £289 a month 8k miles a year 3 year term Free Metallic paint £199 admin fee… Read more
Dwh8611

Lol what do they know eh (lol)

bigbadwolves

Surely those same people should therefore not have mortgages on their houses, because it means they cannot afford them. As they have the same comments about pcp. Lol

bigbadwolves

Yes, because that us exactly how such posters construct their sentences. He did a great impression.

deals4you2017

I don’t expect ok, it was a simple question to which you could have replied no they don’t.

kumpis23

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seat-leon-20-tsi-290-cupra-ez-dsg-24-month-lease-10k-miles-pa-735-initial-24499pm-120-6490-at-leasing-options-3259461 Better deal still available on HotUKDeals

GHansbro

Deal has ended. You’re comment is wasted here.

Deedas88

So £10 more than you said. Why waste peoples time.

MysticalUndies

Yep I can confirm these prices are correct. I bought the Lux for £22k 2 months ago. That's taxed and on the road factory build. Arrives this month.

nickl360

Yep. You basically pay for the depreciation when leasing, similar if you buy brand new. Except leasing has significant benefits for some people’s scenarios, such as mine. Eg company car

margamboy

https://www.forcescarsdirect.com/new-cars/seat/leon/leon-hatchback-2-0-tsi-290-cupra-ez-5dr-dsg_85108 This is for millitary personnel but most dealers will get close to this price, especially at the end of the quarter, it's a good starting point for negotiations, drive the deal had them for £22k last month as a special, May 1st today so prices have changed.

4-day test drive @ SEAT
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Posted 18th Mar 2019Posted 18th Mar 2019
4-day test drive @ SEATFREE£0.01
Booking your 4-day test drive is easy. Simply fill out your details below and a SEAT Fleet representative will contact you. You can also call 0800 464 0405 You'll be asked for: Y… Read more
freebiehunter

The excess and clauses make these extended test drives a waste of time imo. Better to just have a car for a day from a dealership and cover on own insurance if genuinely interested in a test drive

chrisvaldez

I tried these guys a while back. It's for genuine fleet drivers only. They do ask a lot of questions to weed out freeloaders like us.

akkybadi

Thanks needed hire car for a couple days.

IvIarkGraham

I did a VXR track day with a you bend it you buy it policy.

devlino

I did one like this with Vauxhaull years ago, almost scared to drive it, had to sign a form to say I accept responsibility for kerbing, scuffs dents or scratches which occur whilst in my possession.

SEAT LEON HATCHBACK 2.0 TSI CUPRA 300 5DR DSG 8000 MILES 24 MONTH. £289 DEPOSIT. £289 A MONTH £179 admin fee £7115 PCH @ Seat Warrington
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Posted 17th Apr 2018Posted 17th Apr 2018
SEAT LEON HATCHBACK 2.0 TSI CUPRA 300 5DR DSG 8000 MILES 24 MONTH. £289 DEPOSIT. £289 A MONTH £179 admin fee £7115 PCH @ Seat Warrington£7,115
SEAT LEON HATCHBACK 2.0 TSI CUPRA 300 5DR DSG 8000 Miles PA £289 DEPOSIT £289 A MONTH £179 ADMIN FEE 24 MONTH DEAL. From WARRINGTON SEAT
the.porter

Yep still available but now del dec jan,Carwow sent me a price on one of these brand new £24500 from seat Liverpool so tempted

fiestasteve44

Anyone know if this deal is still available?

deleted700777

I put the manual version of this up 3 months ago and got 11degree heat LMAO. I guess everyone's into the DSG version. Regardless best added!

ryanfinn75

You make a fair point. As I said I have a mixed opinion of the Seat brand in my opinion it is most definitely not of the same quality as VW or Audi probably closer to Skoda. Quality of bodywork and paint on both cars is not overly great and as I said the rattles.. Both cars drive very well and handle very differently the Cupra exhaust note with DSG is great.. Put the down and it drops a gear with a bang and pop out the exhaust, the Cupras handling is also top class.

forest_green

great deal. I ordered the 300 ST version from last deal on here in feb, got local dealer to price match, will be delivered for Sept 10k pa, manual version @ £285 per month for 2 years. At the time DSG version was an additional £70 per month which was why I went manual.

Free 4-day test drive SEAT
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Posted 7th Apr 2018Posted 7th Apr 2018
Free 4-day test drive SEAT
Booking your 4-day test drive is easy. Simply fill out your details below and a SEAT Fleet representative will contact you. You can also call 0800 464 0405 You'll be asked for: Y… Read more
poppy1sa

Dave McCernerny.....oh sorry that’s 3 different people

KCooperman

I have had 3 different cars for 2 or more days. If you work for a big company, chances are they already do the fleet cars for them. So just tell them you are interested in changing company car and you'd like a test drive. For me they only ask for company name and address (for insurance purposes) and that was all. Didn't have to pay anything else and did not get hounded afterwards.

Sprograt

Try using Phil McCavity.

schnecker

What about "dickie puller"?

Gozer

Anyone who is successful in getting the 4 day test drive please let us know on here. In my experience all these long test drive offers never happen with the dealers never willing to give up a car for so long. You'll just end up with a long chat and the usual drive up and down the road. See the comments on my previous post about a BMW 24 hour test drive. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-24-hour-test-drive-of-bmw-vehicles-2894614 I've also had the same bad experience with Lexus.

SEAT TOLEDO 1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence 5dr £13,500 @ Bartletts St Leonards-on-Sea
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Posted 19th Feb 2018Posted 19th Feb 2018LocalLocal
SEAT TOLEDO 1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence 5dr £13,500 @ Bartletts St Leonards-on-Sea£13,500
A brand new good reliable family size car, with top of the range spec for the model. 17" alloys, air con, multimedia, full LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, 6… Read more
Steve1205

Yes I bought one a few months ago, I am averaging 56.5 mpg according to "fuelly" website and at this price I would definitely recommend this car to anyone. A bargain.

simonbenham

Looks like a lot of car for £13500

Crispy_Ambulance

I couldn't give a shiney shite what you think mate. Some people take the internet far too seriously and you are obviously one of them. Wasting your time getting involved with this - unbelievable.

Crispy_Ambulance

Those things are items that would also need changing on every other car? His point was that Audi's have thousands extra spent on them as they are so unreliable - I have never had to change anything "out of service". My point is that the Audi has been ultra-reliable. The car has a fully stamped service book so I don't get your point about reduced value , plus in my experience when your car gets to 150k (which mine will be when I get rid) it's worth next to nothing anyway and the value of a full service history is negligible. I tend to kill the value of my cars due to the extremely high mileages I drive (had a Vectra with 160k, an Insignia with 150k). I obviously do a lot of motorway miles which helps.

m5rcc

The question was which companies. If we are going to be pedantic, might as well add Alfa Romeo and Jeep to the fray, as well as Mercedes-Benz, Kia/Hyundai, Ford, JLR, PSA...

Seat Leon Cupra 2.0 TSI 300 5Dr Manual 8000 Miles P/A £269 Deposit + £179 Admin + £269 x 23 (Total £6635) @ seatwarrington
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Seat Leon Cupra 2.0 TSI 300 5Dr Manual 8000 Miles P/A £269 Deposit + £179 Admin + £269 x 23 (Total £6635) @ seatwarrington£6,635
My first post but lets see what yall think! Good deal considering engine performance etc. Please note delivery is for approx. June/July 2018 unfortunately :-/ Price is for 8000 … Read more
Avatardeleted700777
Get deal*Get deal*
deleted700777

Yup. Roughly 1K miles for 70 squid.

Tanny100

I've never had a lease deal before but this looks tempting. The mileage excess is 6.98 pence per mile if I understand correctly? Thanks

bengalknights

Maintenance is £20 extra on these which includes tyre replacements. You shouldnt need it though as first service is set at 20k miles (2 years) so just return a month before its due to avoid the service (or pay £199)

ukscoob1

Auto might be better choice because this thing gooooooes! Also. Feb 22nd is the new Cupra separation from SEAT announcement and a Cupra sales event. Might want to wait?

deleted700777

You will probably have to pay for consumables that come up such as oil, coolant, tyres etc

Free UK/Europe roadside assistance worth £245 when you book a SEAT service online
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Posted 16th Dec 2017Posted 16th Dec 2017
Free UK/Europe roadside assistance worth £245 when you book a SEAT service online£169
Applies to Seat cars over 2 years old (up to then they’re covered anyway). Book a service online at seat.co.uk/bookservice Fixed price servicing costs for any Seat up to 15 years … Read more
RoosterNo1

Funnily enough, after a service I picked up my car with 3 dents in the bonnet,2 on the roof and a scrape down the hatch.... Luckily I'd video'd the car when I dropped it off - they eventually fixed it, but it was tooth and nail (mad)

dannyshep

My experience and I believe it's my right to share this info. If their techs don't tighten sump plugs what else do they forget to torque, wheelnuts? By all means use SEAT but this is my experience. That is all. I have a family of mechanics (over 50 years experience) at my disposal and only used a main dealer to get a stamp in the book whilst under warranty. Seems there is a reason they give away free breakdown cover for when your oil is all over the road and your engine is ceased.

umirza85

Yeah all Seat mechanics are terrible and you should NEVER EVER go there to get your car fixed..... because there's one guy out there in Derby who forgot to tighten something. Stay away all.... (annoyed)

lucas

Lol worth more like £45

dannyshep

Last service I had done at Seat Derby Pride park the "technician" forgot to tighten up the sump plug. After a few miles of driving the oil light came on and I called the AA included in my service package. After taking the undertray off he said the sump plug could be undone by hand so not even torqued up. I'll wouldn't trust them to fit a bulb or build a Lego car properly.

SEAT TOLEDO 1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence 5dr £12995 @ SEAT Warrington
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Posted 7th Oct 2017Posted 7th Oct 2017
SEAT TOLEDO 1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence 5dr £12995 @ SEAT Warrington£12,995
A brand new good reliable family size car, with top of the range spec for the model. 17" alloys, air con, multimedia, full LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, 6 speed g… Read more
Steve1205

This car is now on offer at £11,995 from Westgate Grimsby.

rich_1986

Bitter much?

jazzuk777

I can only assume you're lying as you would know they are fine if you had actually tried one.

jazzuk777

I got my Skoda badged version just under 3 years old with 1yr warranty from Skoda dealer to keep for £1k more than the Audi deal :) Was and am very happy with it 18mths on.

jazzuk777

I have a Skoda Rapid 1.2TSI 63 plate which is the same car off the same assembly line with a different badge, the older engine and very similar bhp (but smaller wheels on mine too). I can't imagine there will be any issues with the performance whatsoever for normal driving, maybe slightly better as lighter, it's plenty nippy enough once you get the hang of the right revs and you can drop into 6th nicely. As said elsewhere, you get a lot of car for your money although could do with being slightly wider (it's really hard to find a car that will comfortably accept any kind of car seat three abreast). Boot is huge which was a big draw for me and legroom is great - it's 98-99% an Octavia for less money - find it as practical as the C-Max I went from (but VW reliability rather than Ford!). Economy is pretty good out of town especially on single carriageways where you're doing 50-60, flat roads can nudge 60mpg, and nudge 50mpg on motorways/dual carriageways. Around congested town roads it can go under 30mpg (I don't have stop/start :( ), my current underlying average is around 48mpg.