| 11th October 2011
Spanish car manufactures Seat has removed VAT from the Seat Ibiza and Seat Leon as part of a 'Pay No VAT' campaign.
As a result, Seat will cut 20 per cent from the price of the new Seat Ibiza Copa and Seat Leon Copa, models only introduced in 2011.
In particular, the offer applies to the Ibiza 5dr 1.4 SE Copa supermini and the sporty Leon 1.6 TDI S Copa family hatchback.
Customers looking to buy the Ibiza will now pay £10,699 RRP (a saving of £2,105) and customers opting for the Leon will pay £14,909 (a saving of £2,970).
The Seat Ibiza 5dr 1.4 SE Copa comes with features such as 16" alloy wheels, climate control, rain-sensing wipers, front fog lights, cruise control, front electric windows and an MP3-compatible CD player.
The Leon also comes with a generous specification with 16" alloy wheels, dual zone climate control, front fog lights, cruise control, Bluetooth, an MP3-compatible CD player and a start/stop system with energy recovery.
As well as its no VAT campaign, Seat is also offering discounts on other models such as the Ibiza Cupra and the Ibiza Cupra Bocanegra hot hatches. These discounts offer £1,500 off their original RRP.
Every new Seat, including those offered on the pay no VAT deal, are also available to buy via an 8.9% APR Solutions scheme offered by Seat Finance.
Peter Wyhinny, managing director of Seat UK said: "The popularity of our previous 'Pay No VAT' offer and the incredible added value of our limited edition Copa models have both clearly helped that success. Now we are combining the appeal of these to produce what I believe is the very best new car offer around!"