Seat has launched a new high-value trim in its best-selling Ibiza and Leon ranges.
Copa adds up to £1000-worth of extra equipment with no increase in price.
In the Ibiza range, Copa is based on the existing SE trim, and is available in both hatchback and estate bodies, with a choice of 1.4-litre petrol or 1.2-litre turbodiesel engines.
On top of the SE’s equipment (which already includes air-con, cruise control and electric windows), Copa adds climate control, automatic lights and wipers, tinted rear windows and leather trim on the steering wheel and gearknob. 1.4-litre models also gain 16-inch alloys.
In the Leon, buyers can choose Copa versions of the existing S and SE cars, both with bespoke upholstery, and a choice of two turbocharged engines: the 1.2 TSI petrol unit or the 1.6 TDI diesel.
S Copa adds dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control and height and lumbar adjustment on the front seats. SE Copa, meanwhile, adds touch-screen sat-nav, a DAB radio, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers
Buyers who purchase a Copa model before the end of June will get £1000 off the list price, as well as the option of two years’ 0% finance and several PCP offers.
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