New fleet website from SEAT, and why you still need Parkers first

  • SEAT launches all-new fleet website for business drivers
  • Total cost of ownership tool and extended test drive bookings
  • Worth going to after you've visited Parkers for impartial advice

Are you considering a SEAT as your next company car? If so, there’s plenty of help on hand here at Parkers – our company car driver section covers all your tax, car-choosing, running and driving advice. It’s a true one-stop shop for user-choosers, fleet drivers and anyone else driving a car for business.

Our car reviews section also gives you plenty of information, such as in-depth impartial expert evaluations, tech specs and buying advice.

But we can’t provide some of the services launched by SEAT on its new fleet website. Alongside a total cost of ownership calculator you’re able to book a four-day test drive so you can get first-hand experience about what a car’s like to live with as well as knowing how much it’s going to cost you.

Find out why SEAT featured heavily in our Parkers New Car Awards

You’ll also find similar technical details as on Parkers (but without our expert take on it) and online aftersales care for when servicing and maintenance is required.

This new site comes at a time when most car companies are refocusing their digital efforts to make the most of our smartphone culture, hoping to attract those sitting in front of the TV with their devices and ideally, of course, sell more cars.

SEAT UK Head of Fleet and Business Sales, Peter McDonald, said: ‘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.’

However, what SEAT is clearly unable to offer is quality, impartial expert evaluations and tens of thousands of owners’ reviews to provide an holistic perspective on what a car is really like.

See below for all of our SEAT resources in one handy place:

SEAT Alhambra review

Full SEAT Alhambra review – genuine seven-seater people-carrier

Full SEAT Arona review

Full SEAT Arona review – small SUV based on Polo

Full SEAT Ateca review

Full SEAT Ateca review – medium-sized five-seat SUV

Full SEAT Ibiza review

Full SEAT Ibiza review – small hatchback similar to a Ford Fiesta

Full SEAT Leon hatchback review

Full SEAT Leon review – five-door family hatchback similar to a Ford Focus

Full SEAT Leon SC review

Full SEAT Leon SC review – three-door version of the Leon

Full SEAT Leon ST review

Full SEAT Leon ST review – estate version of the Leon

Full SEAT Leon X-Perience review

Full SEAT Leon X-Perience review – jacked-up Leon with off-roader styling

Full SEAT Mii review

Full SEAT Mii review – tiny city car with small engines and low running costs

Full SEAT Toledo review

Full SEAT Toledo review – low-cost large hatchback similar to a Skoda Octavia

You can also click here for our entire cache of SEAT owners’ reviews

Or go here for all of our SEAT car info packs