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Discussion in 'Leon Mk3' started by Jsc, Mar 20, 2014.
Mine took 3 days
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I've placed my order with Nationwide Vehicle Contracts for Cupra Lux. They say the car will be delivered to me. Does anyone know if:
which dealer they normally use, be interesting how many delivery miles it will have?
Has anyone picked their car up ordering through them?
I ordered from them but for the non lux version, had it 2 weeks now. It came from JCT 600 Bradford, I asked whether I could collect it to get it sooner but they said the dealer doesn't allow for collections so delivery only
Yes that will be interesting to see. I have email confirmation mine will have heated seats as standard. I didn’t want full leather and non lux did show heated seats as standard. On another note do the rear brakes callipers have the Cupra writing on. I’ve just seen a Cupra Alteca waiting for my MOT and it only had black callipers with Cupra writing on the front wheels only.
Well it's already on day 5, so 3 days has been and gone.
Only on front.
I get the impression they all come from the same dealer.
I’m with a different lease company and got same spiel, can’t collect delivery only etc
Seen many posts on here about an old dude from York doing the deliveries too
Thanks, I don’t know why I thought the front & rear callipers matched. If my order wasn’t a lease I’d upgrade all breaks to Brembos.
My last Seat was trailored to me. Hopefully the same again. Hit & miss when it comes to delivery, I’ve had 50/50 arrive on a trailor or with a driver. I think this type of job suits retirees, most likely to be careful & much less likely to race them. Insurance is probably cheaper as well.
I was advised that the car won’t be taken more than 250 miles. If they are concerned they may be more than 250 on the odometer then it’ll be trailered.
Even 200 miles seems an awful lot for a new car
Told the same although think 200 miles, where the nearest JCT600 is 198 miles away...
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I was contacted today and informed my Cupra will be available in the next week or so, they apparently arrived early. I told the lease company I’ll wait until March though.
I’m In Scotland and not keen on my car being delivered by a driver, I’d rather travel myself for it but apparently they won’t allow that for some reason so I’ll probably have to pay for a trailer delivery.
I'm not sure if i have missed something, but when I ordered my Lux in November there where 2 options that you could add the driving assistance and safety pack and sunroof. I went for the driving assistance and safety pack, but now I can't see either option on the configuration page and the brochure suggests that the pack is not available as an option on the Lux!
Those are still the only two options I believe. I could choose them when I ordered last week, they’re just not on the Seat website for some reason
Ordered My Seat Cupra LUX today with Driving Assistance Pack, Says 25th April for Estimated Delivery on the Order Form.
I’m unsure what I think of this or weather I should take it somewhere to get it painted professionaly. I’ve played around with several looks including vehicle wrap but this looks the better option so far. The good thing is I can peel the coating off & get it painted.
Planning on ordering this week from Leasing Options have a few question to ask over the phone which includes wanting to collect from the dealership.
If they insist on no collection then I'll stand down the road 500 yards away to take delivery.
That was my initial thought but they won’t even advise which dealership
Hmmm are you ordering from leasing options?
The independent leasing companies maybe have an agreement with the dealers they buy through that the dealer has no interaction with the customer. That's maybe why they are refusing people the chance to collect, incase they have any niggling problems when collecting.
The leasing companies will be getting that much of a discount the supplying dealer won't want someone else's customers potential issues.