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Total cash price £14,999. Borrowing £11,999 with a £3,000 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£219.81
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12.9%
Total amount payable
£19,594.08
Cost of credit
£4,595.08
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£6,043.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

SEAT buying guide

What SEAT models are there?

SEAT’s car range, excluding SUVs and electric models, has been slimmed down now to just a handful of hatchbacks. All feature sharp good looks and the same ease-of-use you’d expect from a VW-Group car.

The SEAT Ibiza is the smallest car in the range – similar in size to a VW Polo or Ford Fiesta. Most models come with zippy 1.0-litre turbo petrol engines and a choice of a slick manual or fuss-free DSG automatic gearbox. The interior has just enough space for four adults to sit in reasonable comfort, or five at a push.

If you like the looks of the Ibiza but need a little more interior space, the SEAT Leon might be the right choice. It shares its bones with the VW Golf and offers pretty much the same easygoing ownership experience but brings slightly sportier styling to the table. You can get fuel-sipping turbo petrol and diesel engines, plus economical hybrids. Or, if you’re looking for a thrill, take a spin in one of the fire-breathing Leon Cupra models.

 

Which SEAT models are SUVs?

The smallest SUV in SEAT’s lineup is the Arona. This model is similar under the bodywork to the VW T-Cross and Skoda Kamiq but marks itself out with sharper styling. Its compact dimensions mean it's easy to live with in the city and the taller roofline than an equivalent Ibiza makes getting in and out a little easier.

Jumping up in size, we get to the SEAT Ateca. This family-friendly model offers plenty of space for five adults and loads of cargo room for their luggage. Most Atecas come with a smooth 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine or a 2.0-litre turbodiesel that’s great for high-mileage drivers – pair either with the DSG automatic gearbox for an effortless all-round experience.

At the top of the SEAT SUV food chain sits the Tarraco. Despite the name change, the Tarraco is essentially a seven-seat version of the Ateca. As a result, it’s even easier to live with thanks to the third-row seating that allows you to take even more passengers, or fold the seats flat to reveal a cavernous cargo area.

FAQs

Currently, there are no electric cars in SEAT’s range, although the SEAT Mii electric was on sale until recently. One of the reasons is that SEAT’s range-topping Cupra brand was recently split out as its own lineup. As a result, the company decided to sell its Born electric hatchback as a Cupra rather than a SEAT to justify its higher price.

Yes, SEAT is part of the Volkswagen Group and has been since it was sold by the Spanish government in 1986. That means its cars benefit from the great selection of parts and engines found across VW’s lineup.

SEATs use many of the same proven engines and parts commonly found across the range of VW-group cars. In reliability surveys, SEAT tends to earn mid-table scores that put it in line with VW-branded cars and slightly below fellow VW-group stablemate Skoda. It’s worth bearing in mind that cars that offer more standard equipment and on-board technology can sometimes fare worse in reliability rankings due to having more potential points of failure.

SEAT Connect is the brand name used for connected services offered in SEAT vehicles. These can be accessed via the free SEAT Connect app. This lets you view driving and vehicle information remotely, and even control some basic functions from your phone such as letting you flash the lights if you can’t find your parking space.

FR in SEAT-speak stands for Formula Racing. In practice, FR models tend to get slightly sportier styling touches than other SEAT models. This can include larger alloy wheels and certain exterior trim pieces coming in black or grey rather than the standard chrome finish. FR is ideal if you like the meaner look of SEAT’s Cupra models but don’t need all that extra performance.

Cupra was SEAT’s high-performance sub-brand and built some hilarious hot hatches in the form of the Ibiza Cupra and Leon Cupra. However, from 2018, the Cupra brand was officially split off from its Spanish parent to grow its own line of vehicles, including the menacing Formentor SUV and Born electric car.

Of course! Every SEAT model sold by Motorpoint is available with either hire purchase (HP) or personal contract purchase (PCP) finance packages.