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14 Aug 2022

Colton Motors and SEAT offer 0% finance deal on passenger cars

SEAT Ireland have introduced a 0% finance offer for a limited period across its range of passenger cars
SEAT Ireland have introduced a 0% finance offer from July 1 for a limited period across its range of passenger cars.

SEAT Ireland have introduced a 0% finance offer from July 1 for a limited period across its range of passenger cars.

SEAT customers will also be able to avail of a new three year servicing offer for €199.

The decision to offer 0% finance on Hire Purchase agreements across the SEAT range comes after a successful 6 months for the brand. SEAT currently commands 3.03% of the market – up from 1.58% over the same period last year. SEAT has seen its sales increase by 64% year on year in a market that is down just over 14%.

Keith Colton of Colton Motors said; “SEAT is undergoing a renaissance as a brand both in Ireland and internationally, however we know that potential customers are struggling to put finance in place with many banks reluctant to lend. We are fortunate to be part of the Volkswagen family and have finance available through Volkswagen Bank which gives customers access to a more attractive, flexible finance offer. We would encourage anyone who is thinking about a new car to call into our showroom at Lough Sheever Corporate Park, Mullingar, and we will take you through all the options available”

For more information, contact Colton Motors on 057 936 3800 or www.coltonmotors.ie.

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