The best Seat deals
Browse the latest offers on new Seat models, with deals starting from just £210 per month...
If you're looking for a great deal on a new Seat, you're in the right place. Whether you're looking for something small and practical like the Ibiza hatchback, something practical like the Ateca SUV or even a seven-seater like the Alhambra MPV, we've rounded up the latest and best Seat deals currently available.
Like Skoda, Audi and Porsche, Seat is part of the larger Volkswagen Group of brands, and that means it has vast resources to call on when developing its cars. It also means that, underneath, most Seat models are closely related to counterparts from elsewhere in the group. That doesn't mean Seat can't add its own slice of character, though, and the Spanish brand has become known for a sporty approach to both styling and handling.
In each case below, we've listed the best deal on each Seat model, both in terms of a personal contract purchase (PCP) finance deal and an outright cash deal. Both are based on our Target Price deals, which give you a big discount without the hassle of haggling and are available exclusively to What Car? readers.
Our Target PCP quotes are based on a 15% deposit and an annual limit of 10,000 miles across a three-year deal. You can also find out more about each model by reading our independent, in-depth reviews.
Seat hatchback offers
Target Price from £13,561 | Target PCP from £212 per month
The Ibiza is one of the best small cars around, with a range of peppy engines and agile handling. It's fun to drive, then, but also remarkably spacious inside for such a small car. A Skoda Fabia is cheaper, sure, but the Ibiza is likely to leave a bigger smile on your face at the end of your journey.
Target Price from £15,059 | Target PCP from £224 per month
The Leon is Seat's rival to the big-selling Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra and shares much of its underpinnings with the Volkswagen Golf. That gives it a good base to start from, to which Seat adds sporty handling and plenty of equipment. And despite that, the Leon is cheap to buy and run.
Seat SUV offers
Target Price from £15,809 | Target PCP from £210 per month
The Arona is the smallest SUV Seat makes, but it's also one of its best. In fact, we named it as our Small SUV of the Year at the most recent What Car? Awards. We like the Arona's tidy handling, its slow depreciation and the fact that it's roomier than most rivals. Its interior quality is only average, though.
Target Price from £19,877 | Target PCP from £250 per month
The Ateca was Seat's first SUV model, so a lot was riding on the Spanish brand getting it right. And boy, did it do just that. The Ateca is not only spacious, practical and keenly priced but also offers class-leading handling. Although some rivals offer more flexible seating and lower emissions, the Ateca deserves a spot on your family SUV shortlist.
Target Price from £25,001 | Target PCP from £335 per month
Until recently, Seat only had one seven-seater in its range: the ageing Alhambra MPV. Now, however, it has the Tarraco SUV too. Based on the same underpinnings as the Skoda Kodiaq and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, the Tarraco offers composed handling and performed very well in Euro NCAP's safety tests. Teamed with a smooth 2.0-litre diesel engine, it's a winning combination for larger families.
Seat estate and MPV offers
Seat Leon ST
Target Price from £16,011 | Target PCP from £243 per month
If you want more space than a regular family hatchback can offer but don't fancy an SUV, an estate car will most likely be your next port of call. The Leon ST is a stretched version of the regular Leon and, as such, can carry far more inside its boot. It's well equipped and, thanks to our discounts, cheap to buy, too.
Target Price from £27,632| Target PCP from £408 per month
Seat's seven-seat people carrier may be getting a bit long in the tooth, but there's no denying that it's still a spacious and practical choice. You get a decent amount of kit as standard, and you can choose from a strong range of engines – of which the entry-level 1.4-litre petrol is our current favourite.
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