Last year, Seat Ibiza celebrated its 30 years of existence, during which time it sold over four million copies worldwide. Like most companies, and here we have a case. To improve the model in different ways. We’ll see what happens in terms of design and motive power. 2016 Seat Ibiza is new model and we will try to introduce you this vehicle on best way.
2016 Seat Ibiza Design Changes
Although this car is very important for the Spanish manufacturer’s vehicle sales in previous years is not justified expectations. In 2014 SEAT delivered in Europe only 112.928 Ibiza, which is not only the worst year in the history of this car, but it still lags significantly behind the leaders in the class such as the Ford Fiesta, Renault Clio and Volkswagen Polo. For 2015 Seat Ibiza is packed refreshed, which brings small design changes and several new engine, in order to survive this car on the market over the next two or three years when you should make his debut a brand new replacement. Ibiza continues Volkswagen’s global parts PQ25 platform, which also builds the Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Polo and Audi A1.
On the design side, this car brings new bumpers and headlights and a choice of alum 16 and 17 inches, and there are several new colors. Equally small changes suffered and interior, which brings the revised instrument panel, multifunction steering wheel, high quality materials and rich equipment (new Easy Connect infotainment system with touchscreen, Mirror Link, a new audio system with six speakers, rear camera. To attract more young customers, the Spanish giant has decided to offer an optional Colour package that allows the buyer to choose a number of details on the exterior and interior in seven different colors (frame front grille, side mirrors, alloy wheels, details on the steering wheel, a ring inside.
Engine and Performance
Ibiza is also the first product of the Volkswagen Group, which offers three different versions of the popular 1.0L three-cylinder engine, a customer may choose between the options of 75 hp, 95 hp and 110 hp. There is also the famous 1.4L turbo gasoline engine, which develops 150 hp. For fans of diesel power, there are three 1.4L TDI engine of 75 hp, 90 hp and 105 hp.
The most economical version is the weakest diesel, which offers a combined consumption of only 3.4 liters per 100 kilometers with CO2 emissions of just low 88 g/km. While all engines provide a standard manual transmission, some versions are available with an automatic DSG seven speed. On paper Ibiza looks like a solid representative of the class, but still far from the top. It is hoped refreshments will be big enough to survive this car on the market before the replacement arrived.