Seat unveils extra-special Christmas treats for its vehicles

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

With eleventh-hour present buying now in full sway, 'credit crunch' or no credit crunch, Seat is reminding drivers of its latest series of extra-special Christmas treats for their vehicles.

Sustained by the successful inauguration this year of a brand new variant of its top-selling Seat Ibiza and excitedly awaiting the arrival of its new Seat Exeo saloon early in 2009, the Spanish brand, is offering a series of high value styling and safety packages for all of its model range: new Ibiza 5dr and Ibiza SC, Leon, Altea, Altea XL, Freetrack 4 and Alhambra.

The most current accessory deals consist of a handy Protection Pack for the latest Seat Ibiza, adding high quality customized carpet mats, a tough protective boot tray and neat front and rear mud flaps for a bargain of £204.50 RRP, plus fitting.

Seat Ibiza customer who are eager to underline their unique motoring taste can also opt for the smart Style Pack which, at £295.50 RRP consists of fitting, adds a color-coded dashboard ornamental kit, attractive chromed door mirror caps, custom handbrake and gearknob covers, and a handy two-meter auxiliary lead for linking iPods or MP3 players to the car by way of the regular AUX-in socket.

Identical Protection and Style packages for other Seats provide, contingent on version, a selection of useful and elegant additions plus flexible load liners, roof bars, door mirror covers, door and sill moldings and inside trim add-ons.

The good news for owners of Seat who are interested in putting one or more of these high value packages to their vehicles is that they are ensured to save at least a whole ten per cent above the standard fitted RRP at participating dealer outlets.

An extra bonus, provided free of charge for each package buyer, is a free reflective vest and warning triangle, worth £25.00 RRP. The kit, intended to keep Seat customers safe and legal should the worst occur when they're out on the road, goes along each purchase of a Style or Protection package.

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