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Stylish yet unassuming, the Ibiza looks especially good cruising through town centres and quiet suburbs. You can trust what’s under the bonnet too; it shares more than just a parent company with the VW Polo.
Engine choice is what sets apart the Ibiza from its peers; 1.2, 1.4 and 1.6-litre petrol and 1.4, 1.6, 1.9 and 2.0-litre diesels are available. There are variants which come with three or four cylinders, depending on how much power you want behind the wheel.
Despite its appearance, the Ibiza is good on fuel, with more recent models able to achieve over 60mpg. There’s plenty of on-board tech too, with even the basic models coming with air conditioning and trip computers.
It’s also one of the sportier cars of its breed. Putting out almost 180bhp with the top-of-the-range 1.4 TSI DSG-auto engine, it’s up there with the more expensive Audi A3s in terms of power. However, you can expect to pay a couple of thousand pounds less for the Seat on the used market.
This quotation is in relation to a regulated Hire Purchase and Fixed Sum Credit Loan agreement. It is not an Offer of credit & is valid for 14 days from the date of creation. Credit is only available to persons 18 years or over. The Car People Offer Credit from a number of finance providers & may receive a payment from them regarding finance agreements written with them.
For Hire Purchase (HP) & Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) loans you will not own the vehicle until the loan has been paid in full.
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