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Seat launches new section of website for fleets and company car drivers

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Seat has launched a new section of its website aimed at business users and company car drivers.

The section includes a new total cost of ownership calculator (TCO), a dedicated area for all fleet customers, the option to book a four-day test drive and information on each model and aftersales care.

Its pages have been reconfigured to reduce the number of clicks needed to navigate through each function alongside refreshed content and imagery.

It also includes a dedicated smaller businesses page for companies operating one to 25 vehicles.

Peter McDonald, head of fleet and business sales at Seat UK, said: "With more business customers than ever interested in our brand and multi-award-winning cars, we’ve given our website a comprehensive upgrade.

“The digital element of the customer journey is an important step and so we were keen to ensure that the quality of the online experience mirrored that of our products themselves.

"Visitors to the site won’t have any trouble finding what they need, and, of course, our fleet teams are on hand for guidance, ensuring the whole process is seamless with our new website at its core.”

Seat has been the fastest-growing manufacturer in true fleet this year with growth of 54% year-to-date.

The Spanish manufacturer has also climbed from 19th to the 13th most popular brand in fleet this year.

Leasing procurement specialist Ebbon-Dacs has also reported a rise in demand, with orders from its corporate customers via its Leaselink tool up 83%. Leaselink is the primary platform utilised by leasing companies to procure vehicles for corporate customers.


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