Cupra Seat Dealers

Oldboy racer

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Apr 18, 2017
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Hi
Wondered if any folks in Central Scotland had preference for dealers as the the one I was happy going to in Stirling (Specialist Seat ex Morrisons garage) has been closed. Just found out from a postcard from Seat.
The recommended dealer picking up on servicing is the Skoda dealer in Stirling. Happy to try them but they are not selling new Seat / Cupra cars.
Like to hear any thoughts.
A bit hacked off that the John Clark group who took over the business from Morrisons appear to have closed that branch down without any warning. Hard nosed business decision no doubt is the way of it but hardly cultivating customer loyalty even for another brand (e.g. BMW)
 

martin j.

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I’ve travelled from central Fife to Stirling for Honda, you could try the other way for Seat and go to Fife Seat in Kirkcaldy, always been good for me.
 
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Oldboy racer

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I’ve travelled from central Fife to Stirling for Honda, you could try the other way for Seat and go to Fife Seat in Kirkcaldy, always been good for me.
Have you used Fife Seat?
I have just spotted them now that I am looking further afield for a choice of deals.
 

martin j.

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Bought two Leon’s from them and they've looked after one for the last 4 years, recommended.
 

Oldboy racer

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Are you after a CUPRA specialist or SEAT dealer, I may have moved to the wrong forum :)
Think it has to be a Cupra dealer now with the new branding.
Assume ex Seat cupra dealers might be doing both. Apart from the local Stirling Specialist now closed :-(
 

Seastormer

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Fife SEAT, have looked after my Cupra 280 (which they sold me new) for over 6 years now and I have had no problems at all, great dealer. They have told me they will be selling the new Cupra Leon as soon as it becomes available, so my trusty 280 will be getting replaced by the full petrol one at that point (as may be the last chance to get a petrol hot hatch before all the new driving auto controls come in) Not into leccy cars as the charging is just too much bother.
 

Oldboy racer

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Fife SEAT, have looked after my Cupra 280 (which they sold me new) for over 6 years now and I have had no problems at all, great dealer. They have told me they will be selling the new Cupra Leon as soon as it becomes available, so my trusty 280 will be getting replaced by the full petrol one at that point (as may be the last chance to get a petrol hot hatch before all the new driving auto controls come in) Not into leccy cars as the charging is just too much bother.
Same thoughts here on staying with petrol. Hope they get act together on charge times and availability. A few more years development on the battery and power train might make the performance of leccy cars a no brainer. Need a choice of engine noise sound tracks then :)
 
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