Seat is offering a free trim upgrade plus £1000 off its Leon and Ibiza Copa models
18 April 2011

Seat has launched free trim upgrades for its Leon and Ibiza models.

The new trim, Copa, includes "more than £1000-worth of desirable goodies", according to Seat.

Available in all three body styles for the Ibiza – 3dr, 5dr and estate – a choice of two engines are available and include the firm’s 1.4-litre petrol and 1.2-litre TDI turbodiesel units.

Features of the Ibiza SE Copa include 16-inch alloys (1.4 petrol only), climate control (including refrigerated glovebox), rain and light sensors for automatic wipers and lights, tinted windows, leather steering wheel and gearlever and bespoke Copa interior. Cruise control also comes as standard.

For the Leon, two Copa trim-levels are on offer – the S and SE spec. For the entry-level S-spec, Copa equipment includes Bluetooth, climate control and Copa interior. The SE adds Seat’s media centre, rear parking sensors and light and rain sensors.

Three engines are available - the new turbocharged 1.2-litre TSI engine with 104bhp or 1.6-litre TDI, which produces 104bhp.

And until the end of June, all Copa models also have £1000 off list price. For the Ibiza SC 1.4 SE Copa, for example, you now pay £10,995.

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