SEAT Ibiza and Leon Copa Introduced

The British division of SEAT announced today the introduction of new special edition versions of the Ibiza and Leon models. Dubbed Copa (the Spanish word for ‘cup’ and pronounced ‘copper’, as in the metal), these variants come with various upgrades that account for more than £1,000-worth of desirable goodies for nothing.

SEAT is further sweetening the Copa pot with a range of tempting finance deals and discounts that run until the end of June 2011.

So, all Copa models are currently available with a massive £1,000 off the RRP, plus the option of two years’ 0% finance (subject to terms and conditions) as well as a variety of enticing Personal Contract Plan offers.

Taken separately, the new trim level is launched in all three Ibiza bodystyles – sporty 3dr SC, practical 5dr and capacious ST estate – in one designation, SE Copa, and with a simple choice between two of the most popular engines, 1.4 16V petrol or 1.2 TDI CR turbodiesel. Ibiza SE Copa prices start at a highly competitive £11,995 RRP for the SC version.

Leon buyers, meanwhile, have more of a decision to make as SEAT’s sporty five-door family hatch offers two distinct new versions: S Copa and SE Copa. Buyers can snap up the Leon S Copa 1.2 TSI for £16,180 RRP, while Leon SE Copa buyers can get the 1.2 TSI-engined version that costs £16,940 RRP.

“Our new Copa models could not have come at a more significant time for SEAT in the UK,”
SEAT UK’s Head of Marketing, Steve Robertson, said in a release. “We’ve just notched up our best ever single month of sales as well as recording our largest-ever share of the UK market, and I’m convinced that the debut of these new models will see even more buyers heading for SEAT showrooms.”
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