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Seat adds new tools to revamped fleet website

Craig Cavanagh Seat UK head of fleet

Seat UK has revamped its fleet website to offer new tools and information aimed at helping inform and advise organisations.

The manufacturer says the new fleet section of its website is designed to simplify the decision-making process, providing users with vital information – including explainer videos and useful tools – about key fleet topics, its model range and Seat fleet initiatives.

Craig Cavanagh, head of fleet at Seat UK, said: “Locating honest and accessible information is not always easy when it comes to fleet purchases.

“Whether you’re an experienced fleet manager evaluating which manufacturers to include on your fleet policy or a company car driver looking for the right vehicle and wanting to understand how much it’ll cost, we provide all the essentials and then some in a simple format.

“As well as covering many of the fundamentals of fleet and offering useful calculators, we also provide detail across key topics that’ll impact buying decisions – this should help simplify the process whatever the user’s knowledge base.”

A ‘knowledge zone’ provides detail on subjects including P11D value, total cost of ownership (TCO), CO2 emissions, grey fleet, benefit-in-kind tax and electric vehicles.

New tools include TCO and BIK tax calculators, while it also features a news hub which Seat says will be regularly updated.

The electric vehicle section aims to help businesses assess whether electric cars are right for their fleets.

Last year, Seat’s fleet website saw a 39% growth in traffic.

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