The Seat Ibiza range has been revised, with the majority of models in the range receiving a price cut. The latest range will appear in showrooms next month.
Seat will offer the Ibiza ST in warm FR trim for the first time. The model will be offered with a choice of 105PS 1.2 or 150PS 1.4-litre petrol engine. A 105PS version of the VW Group’s 1.6 TDI and a 143PS 2.0 TDI will also be available.
The three-door Ibiza SC continues to be priced from £9995 on the road. The five-door range starts with the £11,430 1.2 70PS S A/C model. The entry-level ST model is £12,140.
The Ibiza S A/C, the core basic model of the range is £300 less than the outgoing S Copa edition on average. The SE model, which replaces the SE Copa, has been reduced by the same amount. FR models are up to £1100 less than before.
As before, five-door variants command a £500 premium over the three-door SC. ST models are another £710 more than the five-door.
The Ibiza also receives a range of model year revisions. The headlights are reshaped and include sculptural elements similar to those used in the Alhambra and Exeo. Optional bi-xenon lights include LED daytime running lights. The front grille is smaller, and all models adopt the lower grille previously reserved for FR and Cupra models. The rear lights have been restyled, and FR models gain LED lighting.
A redesigned steering wheel, a new climate control console and enlarged glovebox are key interior changes.