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Drive away in your dream SEAT sooner with our range
of finance options.Choose your model and or service
plan and we’ll present a number of options that suit
your requirements. Then you can get behind the wheel
much sooner than you expected
Volkswagen Financial Services specialises in providing finance for SEAT vehicles, and as the choice of models continues to grow, so do the options available when selecting the most appropriate method of finance.
Solutions Personal Contract Plan (PCP)
PCP is a Personal Contract Plan. This is available for both new and used SEAT cars. It is a flexible finance package that combines lower monthly payments with real flexibilty over a 2 to 3 year period.
A simple way to pay for your SEAT, Hire Purchase means you make an initial payment then pay fixed repayments over one to five years. Benefits include fixed interest rates and flexible terms to suit you.
For 50 years, Volkswagen Financial Services has been working to provide our customers with reliable, quality service. We have over 10 years of experience in the Irish market and are supported by Volkswagen Financial Services AG, the financial entity of the Volkswagen Group. We provide a comprehensive solution for financing, leasing and after-sales service. We are the key to mobility! business rules.
To meet an individual's requirements Volkswagen Financial Services offer a range of consumer finance plans that cover a broad spectrum of products meeting a SEAT driver's motoring needs. For details of the products Volkswagen Financial Services can offer, please click on the Finance product links below or contact us.
Volkswagen Financial Services is a trading style of Volkswagen Bank GmbH Branch Ireland, authorised by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFIN) in Germany and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.