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Seat Ibiza 1993 - 2002
Seat Ibiza, 1993 - 2002
56RatingAverage car rating4.118% better than average rating of competitors (3.4)Review number: 6
22% better than average rating of competitors (3.7)22% better than average rating of competitors (3.5)11% better than average rating of competitors (3.4)6% better than average rating of competitors (2.9)20% better than average rating of competitors (3.4)
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The Seat Ibiza is a small car developed by the Volkswagen Group and sold under the Seat badge with hatchback and station wagon bodies. The car was built on a VW A03 platform like the VW Polo (Mk3) model. This Ibiza is already the second model and is marketed as a sporty and youthful car (like most Seat) sold at competitive prices (while the Skoda is marketed as just a cheap reliable car). This model no longer has its own reliability problems and has become one of the best assembled and most reliable in its class in Europe.
In 1995, after an 18-year hiatus, the Seat company successfully returned to the WRC Rally Championship with an Ibiza car. In 1996, the company began participating in the 2.0-liter displacement category and won the championship, becoming the first company to manage to win the WRC championship in its debut season. Later, Seat managed to win both the 1997 and 1998 seasons with the later famous racers Harri Rovanperä and Toni Gardemeister.
In 1994, the Seat Ibiza became the Spanish and Portuguese car of the year.
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Reviews: 6
Seat Ibiza 1.9 Tdi 66 kw
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good acceleration, low fuel consumption
tarskalas barskalas, winter island spanish character
I like. I have been in Bolida for about 4 years. There were no serious problems. Except for the various details. Very snug. The rear door opening handle is broken, new areas are expensive because of Ibiza disease. Weak window open...
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Saet Ibiza 1.6 petrol-gas
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Cheap maintenance, unbreakable chassis, and you know it will catch up anyway :)
Rudija terribly
Reliable, simple car with cheap maintenance. Chassis does not fall apart, because there is no one to fall apart, just a few hinges and everything. Gasolines are certainly not economical, but diesels consume about 6 liters....
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Seat Ibiza 1.4
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Economical, reliable, good-looking.
It could be more comfortable, it is better to avoid the small cubic petrol variant.
The car is known to be basically German that was only collected by the Spanish. That?s partly and it says it all. It is a cheaper option than its original VW Polo, but its maintenance, quality, assembly and more are almost the sam...
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Seat - Ibiza
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Fun, fast, sensitive, manoeuvrable, the GT chassis may be stiff, but stable on the road, yet not suitable for sparring...
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Seat Ibiza
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The machine is economical, about 5.7 ltr / 100 km on average, hard, empty, but small, easy to park, beautiful....
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SEAT IBIZA 1.6 5 door GLXI
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the massager is really good at pulling like a beast swallowing a little 6 liters. convenient has many all kinds of functions...
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