Seat has launched a new retail offer.
The Eco-nomics initiative cuts up to £2,000 off the RRP of selected Ecomotive models.
By trading in an older, more polluting model, Seat says buyers will enjoy further savings as they spend less on their day-to-day running costs.
For instance, Seat suggests buyers of the new 99g/km Leon Ecomotive SE - which features Start-Stop technology and Energy Recovery system - can, including the RRP discount, save a total of more than £4,300 over a three-year/45,000 mile ownership period.
Meanwhile Ibiza Ecomotive buyers could qualify for a saving of £1,250 off the cars' RRP, which currently starts at £12,790.
The scheme, which applies to retail customers only at participating SEAT dealerships, on orders between April 1 and June 30 , with cars registered and handed over by 31 August 2010.
Seat UK head of operations, Richard Harrison, said: "We wanted to take the original ethos of the scrappage scheme and add a Seat twist by making our latest, class-leading, green technology models even more accessible for everyone, not just owners of ten-year-old cars.