Who Makes SEAT Cars?
SEAT cars are made by the SEAT company, a Spanish car manufacturer.
Who Owns SEAT?
Since 1986, SEAT has been owned by the Volkswagen Group. Other brands owned by the Volkswagen group include Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Škoda and Volkswagen.
Where are SEAT Cars Made?
The main SEAT manufacturing site is located near the company headquarters in Martorell, Spain.
How Much is a SEAT?
Though many of the components of SEAT cars are the same or similar as that of Audi and Volkswagen, SEAT vehicles are typically more affordable, with the popular SEAT Ibiza costing from £16,445.
What does SEAT mean?
SEAT is short for “Sociedad Española de Automóviles de Turismo” or, “the Spanish Society of Touring Cars”.
What are the most popular used SEAT cars?
SEAT Ibiza - The SEAT Ibiza is a fun, funky and practical hatchback, and has become SEAT’s best-selling used car. The new generation Ibiza went on sale in 2020 and there’s a used car option to suit most drivers, including the sporty FR range, and a good selection of petrol and diesel engines. You could pick up a used SEAT Ibiza from around £4,000 on findandfundmycar.com for a considerable saving.
SEAT Leon - The SEAT Leon is the Spanish car manufacturer’s larger hatchback. It’s compact enough for the city, but has a deceptive amount of room. It’s also comfortable for cruising on the motorway. There’s a great selection of used SEAT Leon's to choose from. You could get a second hand SEAT Leon from around £2,500 from one of trusted used car dealers.
SEAT Toledo - The SEAT Toledo is a small family used car which is a well-built, functional, and generously equipped car which offers dependable motoring for a relatively low price. It’s also got a spacious interior and a large boot for shopping or luggage. You could find a used SEAT Toledo starting at around £3,800.