SEAT introduces new VAT rate saving offers

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The SEAT VAT Saving Event available until the end of September
Up to €5,000 in VAT savings on the SEAT ‘202’ range
3-year service plan only €9.99 per month
0% PCP on selected models and online discount vouchers up to €3,000 also available

The perfect time to invest in a new car is now with the launch of the new SEAT VAT Saving Event. SEAT Ireland is going above and beyond the Government’s 2% VAT reduction effective from September and will offer customers a chance to save as much as €5,000 off their VAT on selected models, almost the equivalent of the full vehicle VAT cost.

Excellent offers available as part of this exclusive promotion include 5.9% finance on all ‘202’ SEAT models with up to €5,000 in VAT savings available until the end of September. SEAT Ireland is also offering customers a heavily discounted 3-year service plan at just €9.99 per month.

For customers who are looking for a lower finance deal, SEAT Ireland is offering 0% PCP Finance on selected models as well as an online discount voucher, which when downloaded from the SEAT Ireland website, allows for discounts of up to €3,000 on selected models. Available online is a €1,000 discount voucher on the Ibiza, the all-new Leon, Arona, Ateca, Alhambra and Tarraco and a €3,000 discount on the out-going Leon model.

The new offers include the all-new SEAT Leon which launched in the Irish market on the 8th June and is the brand’s first completely connected car. PCP Finance on the new model begins at as low as 2.9% with monthly payments starting from only €239.

Speaking on the offers, Niall Phillips, Brand Director at SEAT Ireland said, “We’re delighted to launch our new SEAT VAT Saving Event at retailers nationwide. It is important for us as a brand to offer value to our customers as well as quality vehicles. These are some of the strongest offers we’ve ever had including VAT savings of up to €5,000 and 0% PCP finance on selected models.”

These excellent VAT saving offers end on 30th September, so customers are urged to act quickly.