Seat hasstruck a positive note with west of Ireland buyers already this year.
Sales for 2014 are already up a whopping 70 per cent on last year, with models across the entire Seat range selling well.
Nationally Seat has enjoyed a similarly successful start to 2014 with a 20 per cent increase in sales.
This growth is supported by more than 1,000 vehicle registrations so far in 2014, continuing from last year where overall sales jumped by 62 per cent, recoding a record three per cent market share.
Cian O’Brien, director of Seat Ireland, says the company’s commitment to product development and continued investment in its dealer network has ensured sustained growth against a backdrop of industry uncertainty.
“At Seat Ireland we are confident that 2014 will be another big year for us and it is vital to continue our momentum from last year. I’m delighted at how well we have started and the important thing for us now is to keep moving forward.
“Seat’s success is attributed to excellent service, leading efficiency and great value for money, principles which are extremely important to us.
“Seat is an ambitious brand and we have already introduced new products this year, including the Seat Leon Sports Tourer in January. We look forward to the arrival of further new products this year, including the new Seat Leon Cupra in March.”
Competitive finance offers are available through Volkswagen Bank.
Seat is committed to expanding its dealer network with McCoy Motors and Cranley Cars of Dublin both recently joining the SEAT network as well as Adams of Glin in Limerick.
For more information on the Seat range log onto www.seat.ie or call into loal Galway dealership Western Motors in Ballybrit.