Seat has revealed the most highly specified versions of its Exeo yet.
3000 worth of kit for 875
The new models are targeted predominantly at fleet and business users and include DVD-based sat-nav, an upgraded Bose stereo, black leather upholstery and an MP3-player connection in place of the USB port.
As a result, company users who want these items fitted to their cars will pay less tax than before. According to Seat, choosing a 2.0 TDI 143 PS SE Tech rather than an SE will cost less than 3 extra in tax each month.
The cars are available to order now, and prices start from 21,270 for a 2.0 TDI CR 143 SE Tech to 24,175 for the 2.0 TDI CR 170 Sport Tech ST estate.