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HERE THEY COME! FULL RANGE OF ALL-NEW FIESTA MODELS ROLL OFF ASSEMBLY LINE

Production of the all-new Fiesta – Europe’s top selling car – has begun in Cologne, Germany. * “We have taken this iconic small car’s lovable,

May 22, 2017 Ford
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SEAT ATECA IS HONEST JOHN’S CAR OF THE YEAR

The SEAT Ateca has been named Honest John’s 2017 Car of the Year, a 10th major UK award for the stylish new crossover in just

May 22, 2017 SEAT
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Vospers Truro Open Day

GOOD NEWS! Vospers are delighted to announce our Truro Open Day Event on 20th May. What is it all about? The event is our official

May 19, 2017 Uncategorized
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Vospers Support Devon & Cornwall Police at Performance Plymouth

On Sunday May 21st Vospers are supporting Devon and Cornwall Police and Plymouth City Council at Performance Plymouth. The static meet aimed at car enthusiasts

May 12, 2017 Abarth, Fiat, Ford, Mazda, Nissan, Peugeot, Renault, SEAT
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SEAT ATECA FR TO ARRIVE IN OCTOBER

Great news! We now have full details about the new SEAT Ateca FR. The recently announced new FR model promises to be equally as sporty

May 09, 2017 Uncategorized
Friday 5th May 2017 SEAT POSTS IMPRESSIVE APRIL SALES RESULTS AS UK’S FASTEST-GROWING CAR BRAND / SEAT became the UK’s fastest growing car brand* in April, up 12% compared to the same month in 2016. Barcelona-based brand’s UK car market share also rocketed from 1.85% to 2.58% / SEAT broke into top ten true fleet manufacturers for first time, overtaking Nissan, Toyota and Vauxhall / Best is yet to come: All-new Ibiza now available to order ahead of July showroom arrival, plus, new Arona due to be unveiled soon, in advance of late 2017 launch SEAT’s impressive start to 2017 continues, as it ended April as the UK’s fastest-growing car brand. Against a backdrop of falling car sales, down 19.8%, SEAT bucked the trend with impressive growth of 12%. After an equally impressive March performance which saw its UK subsidiary become its largest sales market globally for the first time, SEAT surged past several rivals in April with 3,926 registrations, including Honda and MINI, and closed the month within touching distance of both Land Rover and Renault. Overall, its performance represented an increase of 426 units compared to the same month in 2016 (3,500), while its market share rocketed from 1.85% to 2.58%. At April close, SEAT’s UK sales were up a stellar 22% compared to the first four months of the previous year. On top of that, the brand also remained the second fastest-growing car brand, behind Jaguar, in the first four months of the year. It has several other reasons to celebrate too. The first is SEAT achieved a major milestone by breaking into the top ten true fleet manufacturers for the first time, overtaking Nissan, Toyota and Vauxhall. On the back of four years of consecutive growth, its fleet team have already torn up their record books, having already secured more orders in just the four months of this year than their entire 2016 sales (9,856). Secondly, its sizeable gains are not coming from a single model. Ateca continues to take the British market by storm. Already significantly up on SEAT’s internal sales forecasts, 841 of its multi-award-winning SUV were registered in April, taking to an impressive 3,942 year-to-date. Leading the pack still though is the New Leon range, which only launched in UK showrooms in February. Over 1,500 units of its SC, five-door and ST models found homes in April. Even with the current generation of Ibiza on run out, ahead of the July showroom launch of the brand new model, it performed strongly with 1,240. Lastly, its large MPV, Alhambra, also sold extremely well with 363 units. Finally, the best is yet to come. Halfway through the largest product offensive in SEAT’s history, with four new models arriving in just 18 months, the UK order book for the third car, the eagerly-awaited All-New Ibiza, has just opened ahead of its showroom arrival on 21 July. Rounding off its sustainable growth plans is the firm’s first crossover, Arona, due to be unveiled soon ahead of its winter launch on these shores. SEAT’s global results are equally strong. Between January and April this year, SEAT delivered 158,700 vehicles worldwide, an increase of 14.5% compared to the same period in 2016. The performance for April alone, with 41,400 deliveries, saw even higher growth, up 16%. Commenting on the brand’s stellar performance so far this year, Richard Harrison, Director, SEAT UK commented, “SEAT has real momentum and in the UK, we’re really starting to realise the brand’s true potential. Every new product we’re launching is striking a chord with British car buyers, while the rest of our line-up continues to deliver strongly. The fact that we have two further top-draw cars coming soon, in All-new Ibiza and Arona, is the icing on the cake. The UK team and our dealer partners are doing a fantastic job and I can’t wait for our customers to enjoy our products even more in the months ahead.” ends *excludes small scale sports car manufacturers: Aston Martin, Lotus and Maserati, each with less than 110 registrations in April SEAT is the only company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets cars in Spain. A member of the Volkswagen Group, the multinational has its headquarters in Martorell (Barcelona), exporting 81% of its vehicles, and is present in over 80 countries through a network of 1,700 dealerships. In 2016, SEAT obtained an operating profit of 143 million euros, the highest in the history of the brand, and achieved worldwide sales of nearly 410,000 vehicles. SEAT Group employs more than 14,500 professionals at its three production centres – Barcelona, El Prat de Llobregat and Martorell, where it manufactures the highly successful Ibiza and Leon. Additionally, the company produces the Ateca and the Toledo in the Czech Republic, the Alhambra in Portugal and the Mii in Slovakia. The multinational has a Technical Centre, which operates as a knowledge hub that brings together 1,000 engineers who are focussed on developing innovation for Spain’s largest industrial investor in R&D. SEAT already features the latest connectivity technology in its vehicle range and is currently engaged in the company’s global digitalisation process to promote the mobility of the future. For more information, please contact: Andy McGregor, Head of Marketing & PR 01908 548 077; 07956 042 400; andy.mcgregor@seatcars.co.uk Mike Gale, Product Affairs Manager 01908 548 069; 07788 339 722; mike.gale@seatcars.co.uk Holly Williams, Media Relations Manager 01908 548 078; 07738 897 319; holly.williams@seatcars.co.uk Katie Mardle, Press Fleet Manager 01908 548 364; 07983 537 247; katie.mardle@seatcars.co.uk 020/MG http://www.seatpress.co.uk This news release and illustration are issued in accordance with Clause 1.2J of the British Codes of Advertising and Sales Promotion and therefore cannot be the subject of a transaction of any kind. 0

SEAT POSTS IMPRESSIVE APRIL SALES RESULTS AS UK’S FASTEST-GROWING CAR BRAND

SEAT’s impressive start to 2017 continues, as it ended April as the UK’s fastest-growing car brand. Against a backdrop of falling car sales, down 19.8%,

May 08, 2017 SEAT
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SEAT CONFIRMS UK PRICING AND SPECIFICATION FOR ALL-NEW IBIZA

The countdown has started for the most important event of the year so far for SEAT, with first orders being taken this week for the

May 08, 2017 SEAT
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PEUGEOT REVEALS NEW 308 WITH ENHANCED STYLING AND TECHNOLOGY

New PEUGEOT 308 boasts striking new styling and latest powertrains Packs unprecedented levels of connectivity thanks to i-Cockpit® touchscreen The new PEUGEOT 308 is available

May 05, 2017 Uncategorized
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Vospers Bring Their Best to Devon County Show

Vospers have today announced their plans for this year’s Devon County Show, taking place on the 18th, 19th and 20th May at Westpoint in Exeter.

May 04, 2017 Jeep, Mazda
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FORD INTELLIGENT SPEED LIMITER CAN HELP PUT THE BRAKES ON INCURRING NEWLY RAISED SPEEDING FINES

Breaking the speed limit can be costly – with escalating fines, driving bans, and a significant role in some road accidents.  New legislation introduced this

May 04, 2017 Ford
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