|First 3 Month Payments||£0.00|
|44 Monthly Payments||£280.98|
|SEAT Deposit Contribution||£1,750.00|
|Total Amount Payable||£20,237.36|
|Optional Final Payment||£5,271.30|
|Option to Purchase Fee***||£10.00|
|Retail on the Road Price||£16,930.00|
|Amount of Credit||£15,180.00|
|Rate of Interest||5.84% fixed|
|Excess Mileage||3.6p per mile|
This is your moment. No time to stand still. There’s a whole city out there for the taking. The new SEAT Ibiza combines the latest SEAT technology with head-turning looks to help you get the most from life. Ready to start moving?
What Car? Magazine Car of the Year winner 2018 in the Best Small Car Category the all-new SEAT Ibiza is the Supermini everyone's raving about!
But did you know that if you buy your all-new Ibiza with a Solutions Personal Contract Plan* with 0% APR Representative over 4 years?
Visit Crewe SEAT today to order the motor The UK Car of the Year Awards called "a cut above" in the competitive supermini category. Plus, if you or someone you live with are looking to upgrade your SEAT order before 1st April 2019 and you'll also receive an additional £500 off!**
One day has arrived.
Want to dance like no one’s watching? Turn up your BeatsAudio™ sounds. Got an opinion? Share it to your networks with Full Link Technology. Want to get there faster? The Integrated Navi System is the wind in your sails.
Enjoy your smartphone safely with an 8” touchscreen* and Full Link Technology* including Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto and MirrorLink™. Seamlessly integrated navigation helps adventures stay on track. SEAT Driver Profile* and Rear View Camera* make life even easier.
Go on, we've got you.
Looking after you and yours is the priority, so make it effortless. From Adaptive Cruise Control and Front Assist to Tiredness Recognition, the new SEAT Ibiza’s state-of-the-art safety features mean you can relax, stop thinking and enjoy the ride with this new city car.
There’s a whole world out there to discover with the new SEAT Ibiza. But inside you’ll also find plenty of surprises. Like a sleek new dashboard, customisable colour ways, adjustable mood lighting and even more space to play with.
SE - from £15,620
SE Technology - from £16,265
FR - from £17,440
FR Sport - from £18,575
Xcellence - from £17,600
Rear parking sensors
Ambient lighting (multi-coloured)
KESSY Keyless Enter and Go
Xcellence Lux - from £18,930
If you would like to find out more about the Ibiza, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Swansway SEAT today on 01270 449172
The fifth-generation Seat Ibiza is a totally new car — built from the ground up by the Spanish manufacturer on VW Group’s new MQB A0 platform.
Along with the new platform comes a totally new look, much sharper and aggressive than the previous generation hatchback — although it clearly retains Seat’s design DNA.
The engine lineup has seen a refresh, too. At launch, two engines will be available — a 1.0 MPI and a turbocharged 1.0 TSI, which are available in various states of tune.
In FR trim, the Ibiza is something of a confidence-inspiring drive. With the Seat driver profile sport mode through the Welsh countryside, the car felt composed and responsive. Steering was direct and communicated the road well, with the new chassis’ refined nature easy to feel.
The 1.0-litre TSI served very well here, thanks to a wide torque band, meaning gear changes rarely had to be made and it never felt asthmatic, rather surprisingly for such a small engine.
What the Ibiza FR has in performance driving credentials, it fortunately doesn’t lack in everyday driving comfort. Putting the driver profile into Eco mode led to a much softer ride and allowed whisking around town to become something of a doddle. There was little in the way of outside noise too, although in sport mode, it would have been nice to hear more of the engine.
Straight away, the new Ibiza has a presence about it that no previous generation ever had.
The new platform has helped a lot with this, as a longer wheelbase means the car has short front and rear overhangs — giving it a more brash stance.
In the FR trim we tested, 18-inch alloy wheels and full LED headlamps complimented this look well, giving off a very menacing vibe when looking straight on. It’s certainly something that would appeal to young buyers with an enthusiastic mindset, though.
For those looking for something a little more under the radar, the SE and Xcellence models may well be the cars to go for. In softer colours and without the large alloys, it’s got a calm presence and would go completely unnoticed around town.
There’s only one body style available for the new Ibiza — a five door hatchback. Seat says no estate version will be available as supermini estate buyers have migrated over to small crossovers, a market the manufacturer aims to serve with the Arona.
For its class though, the Ibiza is extremely capable on the practical side of things. It boasts 355 litres of boot space, a 63-litre increase over the previous model. Compare that to its rivals, the Ford Fiesta’s 292 litres and the VW Polo’s 290, the new Ibiza has the class well and topped. It even rises to 823 litres with the rear seats folded, should you need the extra space.
Seat are keen to highlight the young-buyer age for the Ibiza — boasting a 10-year younger average than its competitors. It seems like the perfect car for someone looking to get their second car, perhaps something a little sportier than their first option but nothing overly-different.
Model: Seat Ibiza FR
Engine tested: 1.0 TSI
Max speed: 113mph
0-60mph: 10.9 seconds
Emissions: 106 g/km