Vauxhall Viva pricing-Seat Leon ST Cupra prices-Jaguar F Pace
Well with the announcement being made last week regarding the new Jaguar F Pace SUV, the very first SUV model ever from the British firm has now began testing and the vehicle has already been seen testing out on the road. The car is not to go on sale until 2016 but spied under heavy disguise, the vehicle looks like it could just be in need of a few finishing touches ahead of the big day. It is still early days to know what power is to be fitted inside of the F Pace but a range of turbocharged engines could be expected to be thrown into the mix.
We do know that the car will seat five people including the driver but regarding technology features and new added equipment, there is no news on this front as of yet. We do know that Jaguar are hoping for huge sales on their new SUV and due to this they are taking on more staff to help develop the car and meet the demand.
Seat Leon ST Cupra pricing is revealed
Seat spoke of their brand new Leon ST Cupra model just over two weeks ago now and today we are pleased to have all of the latest upto date information on the new addition for you including the price structure which has been revealed by the Spanish company earlier today. The entry level model has been confirmed to come in with a cost of £28,205 for a manual model but an automatic will come with a listing price of £29,860 with a DSG transmission. Today Seat have also confirmed that one engine choice will be made available with the new addition consisting of a two litre turbocharged engine carried over from the current Leon. Leather is very much the theme inside the car as we see Alcantara seating and a leather wrapped steering wheel included. A DAB digital radio and a built in sat nav system are just some more of the highlights revealed for the motor. These new additions should put the ST Cupra on par with the ST line up from Ford and could considerably raise the profile of the Leon range in general.
Vauxhall reveal new Viva pricing
Vauxhall have revealed the pricing situation for their new Viva model or the Opel Karl as it is named across other parts of the world. The price tag has only been revealed in Euro currency but it is expected that the exchange rate would equal around the same here in Britain. Prices will kick off at 9,500 Euros which is equivalent to around £7,248 here in the UK. The new model will go on sale later this year after making its first appearance at the Geneva Motor Show. Only one engine option will be available for the returning Viva and that will consist of a one litre engine delivering 74 brake horse power. The Viva will also be loaded with plenty of safety equipment as revealed by Vauxhall displaying highlights such as lane departure warning systems and hill start assistance. The car will go on sale later this year which before then Vauxhall are expected to announce the price of the car in UK sterling. We do believe that the car will go on sale for around the £7,248 area as converted from Euros but do not be surprised if prices do climb ever so slightly.