The 1.4 engine boosts out 85 horsepowers while the 1.9 gives you up to 105, which is powerful enough for a compact car like this. standard accessories include door mirrors for parking position, climate control, disconnection of passenger airbag, Bluetooth and USB ports, all jammed into its 17 inch alloy rims. No one could have guessed how far the Ibiza would have come since it was introduced in 1984 in Paris. It is named simply as ‘25th Anniversary’, and to say the least, apart from the accessories provided, it even has its own logo to go with.
This version is set to be launched at the Barcelona Motorshow where SEAT is looking to put on display all previous generations of the Ibiza to tell you just how far they have come ever since. Also on display would be the Ibiza FR which is a way more sportier version of the Ibiza.
If aesthetics don’t get you, the speed will. The FR gives you a twin charger 1.4 TSI engine which boosts a whooping 150 horses. Standard equipment here include a DSG gearbox and shift paddles to fiddle along its 7 gears. It is fitted onto 17 inch alloy rims and an almost whole new look. Safety features include the XDS system and the self-blocking mechanism known as the ESP. This is to help the car maintain its balance, particularly when traction is lost through heavy breaking. Other equipments here include the ABS, low tire pressure warning, Hill Hold Control, head-chest airbag, driver and passenger airbags, trip computer and cruise control for driving. Novelties here include a 6 speaker with auxiliary input in its MP3/CD system, fog lights and climate control.
Which one would you like? Vintage or modern? Pick a choice.