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MY15/MY16

Discussion in 'SEAT brand general discussion' started by Hp1, Apr 13, 2019.

  1. Hp1

    Hp1 Active Member

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    Hope I do not sound too thick but would be grateful if some one can advise what the MY15 etc means. I have a 2014 Mk3 Seat Leon 5f 1.4TSi SE, does the MY apply to my car?
     
  2. CupraGeezer

    CupraGeezer Active Member

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    MY stands for model year. Specifications, colours, etc. are often updated on an annual basis, usually around Sept/Oct so cars built within a calendar year can vary in specification. Most cars built in 2014 will obviously be MY14 but those built at the end of the year will be MY15.
     
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  3. Hp1

    Hp1 Active Member

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    Thank you for the reply, I thought so much but better to ask and be sure.
    Once again many thanks!
     
  4. vectra

    vectra Active Member

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    I always thought it was around week 22 or so, which would make it June or thereabouts?
    I was actually going to ask on a new thread has anyone heard anything about MY20 changes to the Ateca.
     
  5. Yern

    Yern Active Member

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    There were lots of MY2016 Leon FR pre-reg (68) about but I bought this new and its MY2018 I think was the revision? The 2016 didn't include front sensors and I paid less than some pre-reg models!!
     
  6. Hp1

    Hp1 Active Member

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    How do you know what your car is, is it noted somewhere?
     
  7. Yern

    Yern Active Member

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    There is a free VIN decoder on the internet but I wouldn't trust it. My car was accurately described and its a MY2019 version however further click revealed its a 1.2 engine which is incorrect unless I've been short changed.
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    Different SEAT dealer (not the supplying dealer) confirmed the correct vehicle details from SEAT's system when they got something for me.
     

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