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Seat and Skoda offer extended aftercare package for older cars

Seat and Skoda have launched a new 'All-in' aftercare plan for vehicles aged three to six years.

The package includes two services, two MoT tests and two years of roadside assistance from The AA.

Customers also benefit from a two-year warranty extension.

All-in is available on Seat and Skoda cars aged three-six years old, with under 100,000 miles and with an engine size of less than 2.0 litres. The scheme is open to all vehicles, including those bought outside of the respective dealer networks.

Vehicles will require a free inspection to establish eligibility.

The All-in service costs Seat owners £32.99 per month (£791.76 upfront), while Skoda offers the package for £32 per month or £768 upfront.

Seat says customers can save an average of £782 over the two-year period if they opt for the plan, while Skoda claims the benefits are worth savings of £570.

Richard Harrison, managing director of Seat UK, said: “The Seat brand has always been about freedom and providing a truly enjoyable experience on the road no matter what and the All-in service gives Seat drivers more years of care-free motoring to enjoy.

“From Roadside Assistance to additional Warranty, the two-year service is our way of letting Seat drivers leave the ownership admin at home, focus on the road ahead and make the most of their time behind the wheel.”

The announcement comes after Japenese car brand Toyota confirmed it will offer a 10-year warranty on all its cars, provided they are serviced at the main dealer each year.

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