Genesis, a luxury offshoot of Hyundai, has lined up a range of decent looking vehicles to try and wrest sales from the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, the acknowledged market leaders.
Ibiza has been a significant part of the brand’s success since it was first introduced back in 1984 and, after 37 years, five generations and nearly six million sales, it‘s SEAT’s most successful vehicle to ever roll off the production line. Continue reading
And one that’s on an upward spiral. The CUPRA name was first used back in 1996 on the SEAT Ibiza – and it’s a name that has grown in popularity with UK buyers.
Now, as a standalone brand after splitting from SEAT in 2018, CUPRA is viewed as an alternative premium brand.
With more and more of us eschewing the sunny destinations of the past in favour of staycations in the UK, leisure vehicles like caravans are being snapped up almost as soon as they arrive on dealer forecourts. Continue reading
OVER four years on from its launch and SEAT’s Ateca is still up with the best of the rest.
Its arrival was a brave move by the Spanish manufacturer as an SUV has not rolled off its production line before.
So it headed into territory dominated by cars like Nissan’s top selling Qashqai – and beat the lot.
Thankfully that’s not the case with the new SEAT Leon, which now comes with a refreshing makeover that moves it on from the version that has been one of their best sellers.
And its success here has proved it’s not just Spanish holiday resorts and sangria that Brits have a strong liking for.