2018 Seat Ibiza: Ushers In All-New Styling

Feb 27, 2017 07:01 PM EST | Ivy Lebanan

The Spanish automobile manufacturer SEAT has unveiled their 2018 Seat Ibiza ahead of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. This model is the fifth generation of the brand's successful superminis.

Ibiza is loaded with features in line with the latest technology. Interior also shows some impressive work and great dynamics.

The All-new model sets a competitive goal. The company has worked on the car with big steps forward when it comes to design, performance, comfort, and safety. Its huge advancement in quality was also supported by their new platform, the MQB A0 Modular.

2018 Seat Ibiza has a much-improved cabin space and is now even safer. This model is available in different trim levels, the S. SE, FR, Plus, and the new Xcellence. With these provided choices of trim levels, one can choose what fits their desires. 

The new platform that was used on the model has given much of great a great changes. It is now lighter and is expected to provide a well improve handling, performance, and most of all, fuel economy.

There are three choices of engines to choose from. On the list of choices is the TSI 1.0 liter paired with a manual five-speed gearbox that offers between the 94 bhp and 113 bhp. For the TDI 1.6-liter diesel engine, it offers a range from 79 to 94 bhp. The third one is the turbo TSI 1.5 petrol four cylinder engine that can provide 148 hhp. A manual six-speed box will also be utilized though there is also an option for a dual clutch seven-speed automatic.

The 2018 Seat Ibiza also includes driving assistance that can also be found on the Leon as well as the Ateca. The list includes adaptive cruise control, front assist, heartbeat engine start button, keyless entry, parking sensors for the front and rear, and the rear camera within high quality eight inches premium touch screen.

 

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