Help for SEAT Owners
"If you are a SEAT owner who has been affected by the VW Emissions Scandal then read our quick guide on how to claim for compensation..."
Spanish car makers SEAT are fully owned by the Volkswagen Group. Diesel engine vehicles manufactured between 2009 and 2015 may have the so-called "defeat devices" installed in them that have been seemingly cheating emissions testing, resulting in the worldwide Volkswagen Emission Scandal.
SEAT vehicles affected so far may be:
Compensation as a SEAT Owner for the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal
If your SEAT has been affected by the scandal then we are happy to take your case on and help with a No Win, No Fee claim. SEAT should already have notified you that you are affected by the scandal by way of a letter.
If you're not sure, finding out if your SEAT is affected is very easy - all you need is your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) which is usually found on a sticker on the windscreen, but it can also be found on the inside of the driver side door or in any official documentation like a log book or service history.
It should look something like this: WVWZZZ1JZXW000010.
You can still claim as a SEAT owner so get in touch for help and advice today.
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