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Who's ordered a Leon Cupra

Discussion in 'Leon Mk3 (2012-2020)' started by Jsc, Mar 20, 2014.

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What Leon Cupra version have you ordered?

  1. Leon SC Cupra 265 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed manual

    0.4%
  2. Leon SC Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed manual

    5.7%
  3. Leon SC Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed DSG-auto

    9.1%
  4. Leon 5dr Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed manual

    18.6%
  5. Leon 5dr Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed DSG-auto

    34.2%
  6. Leon ST Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed manual

    4.7%
  7. Leon ST Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed DSG-auto

    7.9%
  8. Leon ST Cupra 280/290/300 2.0 TSI PS 6-speed DSG-auto 4DRIVE

    16.0%
  9. Leon Cupra R 310 Manual

    1.1%
  10. Leon Cupra R 300 DSG

    2.4%
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  1. Moonhead

    Moonhead Active Member

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    I've ordered mine from Stoke SEAT too on 3rd April, salesman was Brett. I'm quite sure that we will be getting them way before August time. Got my hopes pinned on Last week of June/ first week of July. You local to Stoke then mate? What spec have ya gone for?
     
  2. leemac

    leemac Active Member

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    I'm in Bristol but used carwow and got a cracking deal.
    I went phantom black with leather and seat sound pack.
    I was hoping for the end of June nice fathers day present
     
  3. simonali

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    Why go to Stoke from Bristol? I got the same offer from Stoke SEAT, but showed my local dealer who matched their price.
     
  4. leemac

    leemac Active Member

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    My local dealer wouldn't match it. Not even close.
    They were nearly 2k more so a trip to stoke is fine by me.
    You do realise that the price on carwow is not necessarily there best
    price?
     
    #104 leemac, Apr 18, 2014
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  5. Moonhead

    Moonhead Active Member

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    Stoke is awesome, you'll love it :-D Have to let me know when your picking it up, can come and be nosey as only live 3 miles away.

    Sent from my D5503 using Tapatalk
     
  6. leemac

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  7. simonali

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    Chippenham is nearer... ;)
     
  8. leemac

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    Stoke is cheaper :p
     
    #108 leemac, Apr 19, 2014
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  9. simonali

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    Not when you have to drive there in an R32 it ain't!
    How much did you get off then roughly? I did a stupid thing of negotiating my discount before deciding on the car I wanted, as I was originally going for a manual, but went for the DSG at the last minute. Got about £3.5K off with the SEAT contribution...
     
  10. leemac

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    I went for the manual. Not a fan of the dsg but that's just me.
    Added leather metallic paint and seat sound and a few other bits and still got it a touch under 24k
    so all in all I was happy.
     
  11. Rokerlad

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    Just ordered a 3 door White DSG from our friend Brett at Stoke SEAT . Phenomenal discount on list price, and I'm actually looking forward to a night out in Stoke prior to picking it up. :)
     
  12. leemac

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    Seems like he's doing a roaring trade up there mate.
    Shame the dealers closer to home aren't following his lead.
    Like you said a night out up there is a good shout.
    Then a blast back down the motorway in a shiny new cupra.
     
  13. Rokerlad

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    Yeah, apparently there's a Travelodge near the dealer . I don't mind taking a day off work and a night in Stoke and driving home with a 3.5K saving. Well worth it :thumbup:
     
  14. Moonhead

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    So Stoke is definitely where it's all happening then! :) Hopefully we'll all get ours around the same date. There is a Holiday inn next door to the Dealer's or a couple of other hotels nearby. Any advice, directions or other general Stoke info required then just let me know.
     
  15. Moonhead

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    Under 24K??? You gone for the 265 or 280? That seems ridiculously cheap!
     
  16. leemac

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    Gone for the 280.
    Had the Carwow price at £24685 then pushed a bit harder
    I got a 5 year warranty too.
    That includes a grand off from seat.
     
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  17. Moonhead

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    Is that including the options or a base price?
     
  18. leemac

    leemac Active Member

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    That's the final price.I think it's a bit of a lottery to be honest with regards price.
    It changes daily and the end of the month and sales targets maybe not being met
    Has a bearing also.
     
  19. simonali

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    5 year warranty? You're obviously planning on keeping it a while then? Did you do the pay it all 0% deal or the 4.9% PCP one over 60 months?
     
  20. leemac

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    I promised the wife I'd keep this one a bit longer.
    Usually change after 3 years.
    I took the 0% it's a no brainer
     

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