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Discussion in 'SEAT brand general discussion' started by Scrogg, Apr 10, 2018.

  1. DavRei

    DavRei New Member

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    Any info on the backlog of orders on the Ibiza 1.5 TSI? I’ve read elsewhere that production on that will resume in week 48, and I’d be nice to know where my order is in the queue....
     
  2. Scrogg

    Scrogg Living life only a short bus ride from the edge...

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    They're not "obliged" to loan you anything. They are offering you a car as a goodwill gesture to keep you mobile whilst you wait for your car to be delivered. They will endeavour to supply a suitable car of a similar size and type to the one you have on order.
     
  3. Krambo

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    Thank you
     
  4. Laura de los Santos

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    So just to be clear, when my building week is confirmed should I have a mail from seat uk confirming? Or just from my dealer? Or both?
     
  5. Bedlam

    Bedlam Full Member

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    Probably neither, normally Customer Support is not a Seat priority, except for some rare caring dealers
     
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  6. alpineSi

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    There's a theory on the Spanish Ibiza forum that manufacturers are allowed to sell a % of old engines which haven't passed the new emissions tests. For SEAT these are diesels, so orders for those are being pushed through production faster than petrol cars where there is currently a shortage of petrol engines. There's a thread there of people who have seen their scheduled / confirmed dates fall back repeatedly, but in the last week a few of them have seen dates jump forward too and even a couple of cars arrive!
     
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  7. sembattis

    sembattis Member

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    I'm wondering exactly the same. When did you place your order? I did mine in May, but the car was already ordered by the dealer then, so I'm not sure when the original order was placed. However the dealer called a month ago and said that the expected build week is 48, but I have not heard anything after that which is a bit worrying me.

    Is the 1.5TSI EVO for Ibiza open for orders anywhere? I have not been able to find any information about the WLTP certified engine. I'm also interested in how the CO2 emissions will be on paper with that engine.
     
  8. Scrogg

    Scrogg Living life only a short bus ride from the edge...

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    Updated cw48 2018

    (Please note that lead times are calculated from when your order is accepted by the factory, which can often be a number of weeks after it is placed by your dealership)

    Mii 8-10 weeks
    Ibiza 8-10 weeks
    Leon 5dr 8-10 weeks
    Leon ST 8-10 weeks
    Arona 8-10 weeks
    Ateca 8-10 weeks
    Alhambra 8-10 weeks

    Additional Lead Times

    Ibiza 1.0 TSI +4 weeks

    Leon 1.0 TSI +4 weeks
    Leon 1.5 TSI +4 weeks

    Leon ST 1.0 TSI +4 weeks
    Leon ST 1.5 TSI +4 weeks
    Leon ST CUPRA +6 weeks

    Ateca 1.0 TSI +4 weeks
    Ateca FR Sport +6 weeks

    There are no additional lead times for any factory options not listed.
     
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  9. chrisjgill

    chrisjgill Full Member

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    I went to a local dealer in West Yorkshire and they said I couldn't even order an Ibiza 1.5 TSI EVO DSG model. It would be Jan until I could order and then that would be outside the 0% interest deal on PCP

    Sent from my ONEPLUS A6003 using Tapatalk
     
  10. Scrogg

    Scrogg Living life only a short bus ride from the edge...

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    You can't...

    Ibiza 1.5 disappeared off the uk site
    ...and you won't be able to then, either.

    But then DSG-auto was never available with the 1.5 TSI EVO 150 engine on Ibiza, so you shouldn't have been overly surprised!
     
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  11. Janne_H

    Janne_H New Member

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    Bit of Swedish update regarding AtecaFR 2,0 TSI - order placed 28 may, accepted by factory 12 november, preliminary build wk 11 and probable delivery wk 15-16.
    Long wait but hopefully worth it. :)
     
  12. chrisjgill

    chrisjgill Full Member

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    Ok sorry. My bad. Thanks for reply

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  13. Aaron Reeve

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    I'm sure it will be worth the wait!
     
  14. Aaron Reeve

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    @Scrogg i hope you don't mind me helping out around in your thread :)

    CW49 UPDATE

    (Please note that lead times are calculated from when your order is accepted by the factory, which can often be a number of weeks after it is placed by your dealership)

    Mii 8-10 Weeks
    Ibiza 8-10 Weeks
    Arona 8-10 Weeks
    Leon 5dr / ST 8-10 Weeks
    Ateca 8-10 Weeks
    Tarraco 10-12 Weeks
    Alhambra 8-10 Weeks

    Additional Lead Times

    1.0 TSI Ibiza/Leon/Ateca +4 Weeks
    1.5 150ps Leon +4 Weeks
    FR Sport Ateca +4 Weeks
    CUPRA Leon ST +6 Weeks

    There are no additional lead times for any factory options not listed.
     
  15. 'Little' John

    'Little' John Senior Member

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    Is the lead time for the CUPRA Ateca the same as for the SEAT Ateca? I've seen differing stories on where the CUPRA is going to be built, but it could just be lazy journalism.
     
  16. Aaron Reeve

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    As far as i'm aware it follows the same build time unless specified as "Additional Time" It's built in Kvasiny.
     
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  17. Aaron Reeve

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    Also if anyone is interested I've just had a Leon CUPRA 290ps DSG in Magnetic Grey - Standard Spec turn up as stock. Any takers please pm me. Deliverable this month.
     
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  18. 'Little' John

    'Little' John Senior Member

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    From an article on the Evo website (https://www.evo.co.uk/seat/20837/new-cupra-ateca-suv-starts-from-35900):
    Built in SEAT's Martorell factory outside Barcelona, Cupra models will be developed by the firm's SEAT Sport division...

    ...maybe he's just referring to future models :) Most articles seem to say that it will be built at the Skoda plant in the Czech Republic.
     
  19. Aaron Reeve

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    Maybe in the future, but it's sharing the Kvasiny production lines currently.
     
  20. Scrogg

    Scrogg Living life only a short bus ride from the edge...

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    I'd rather you didn't actually.

    It's obvious you have only signed up to try to sell cars, which is fine in the relevant sections, but please don't piggyback on the efforts of others in your attempts...
     
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