Cupra has extended a pair of offers it initially introduced to celebrate its first birthday in Australia
It’s also throwing in a three-year free service package on the same cars; free servicing was included with Cupras between its launch and March 2023, when the offer was dropped.
The deals don’t apply to the new, electric Born hatchback.
“Our offer is constantly evolving,” Cupra Australia director Ben Wilks said earlier this year.
“One per cent with three years free servicing in addition to guaranteed future value is a pretty compelling proposition and a sure sign that Cupra isn’t about to become complacent.”
Cupra has sold 2019 cars to date in 2023, led by the Formentor SUV (1200 deliveries) and Born electric hatch (376).
It’s gearing up to bring three updated cars to Australia late in 2024, in the form of facelifted versions of the Formentor, Leon, and Born.
The brand has warned, however, those arrivals could be pushed back to 2025.
Cupra recently opened its 10th garage in Australia, located in Hobart. That has given it a presence in every state and territory bar the Northern Territory.
The automaker says it has plans to expand its dealer network in 2024 which will include service locations “in a number of major regional centres”.
Cupra has already opened sites around Australia including:
- two sites in Victoria operated by the Zagame Group
- two sites in Queensland operated by AP Eagers
- two sites in New South Wales operated by the Alto Group
- one site in Canberra operated by Lennock Motors
- one site in South Australia operated by Solitaire
- one site in Western Australia operated by AP Eagers
It also has pop-ups in Glen Waverley, Victoria and Castle Hill, New South Wales.
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