Seat is launching two new Seat Exeo versions, the Seat Exeo Tech and the Seat Exeo ST Tech. These two new cars are available to order now and have approximately £3270 of extra standard equipment for just £875 more than the standard SE or Sport models.
Included as standard in the new Seat Exeo SE Tech and Sport Tech cars are DVD-based colour screen satellite navigation, BOSE premium audio upgrade, luxurious black leather upholstery and an iPod connection in lieu of the standard glove compartment-mounted USB port.
The Seat Exeo range is tailored, in particular, to the demands of fleet and business buyers who make up the lion’s share of Seat Exeo customers; the new Tech pack includes the most popular selection of extras for buyers in this sector and adds significant value. Company car drivers will be eagerly eyeing the calculator, too. Previously, to have secured such a luxuriously specified Seat Exeo they would have needed to check several options boxes thereby driving up the car’s RRP and, consequently, Benefit In Kind tax. Thanks to the arrival of the Seat Exeo Tech specification, the company car tax implications are negligible. In fact the increase in BIK for 20% tax payers opting to drive an Seat Exeo 2.0 TDI 143 PS SE Tech over a standard Seat Exeo SE amounts to just £33.25 a year, or £2.77 a month.