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Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk6 (2017-present)' started by IbizaNI, Jan 30, 2017.
Interesting! So the forums here are all named wrong?
Well we think Wikipedia is wrong.
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Turns out this was an impressively accurate mock up
Window line, side creases, lights, bonnet and bumper.
I reckon it was leaked
because the mk2 facelift is considered as mk3 here.
The Mk2 Ibiza (6K), launched in 1993 was that.. It was facelifted in 1998
The Mk3 Ibiza (6K2), which SEAT call the Mk2 facelift, was launched in 2000. But since it was significantly different (as in a similar, but not 'the same' bodyshell), and not just a facelift, it was dubbed at the time as the Mk3.
And that.... was that.
The designation of the New Ibiza attracts more interest than its design or features...
Anybody seen an pictures of the boot/hatch area? The numbers are high but is the space usable? Or is it some strange shape?
In other words can it take two large suitcases? Or would a person be lucky to fit two carryons?
Probably but you'd have to fold them before the onset of rigor mortis.
Damn so I should pick up a saw ?
This new Ibiza is stirring up so much excitement I can barely stay awake.
lets be realistic...
most of them will look like this:
Revealed at Geneva today.
Again it looks like the Led headlights make the car
The new Ibiza in white , that looks like the new benchmark SE Spec model.
It's probably the FR spec, will probably contain the fancier LED front lights.
The world holds it's breath as sales of the current Ibiza dry up in anticipation of the new life-changing Ibiza mark ?
I think even the basic one above looks great. I guess those photos are from the Seat press event, very confident of them to have a car park full of it's current competition to compare it against!
Interesting that they've dropped the 3-door version. I know some manufacturers are going down that route as they don't sell as well as 5 door models (Clio, Micra, Focus, Megane, Astra) and it keeps costs down, but I always thought there was enough 3 door Ibiza's to make it worth while. Makes you wonder if they'll do another Leon SC?? The SC range in the UK has already been streamlined to just the FR and Cupra...
That is quite a strange one, not too market a 3 door Ibiza. Half of all Ibiza's I see on road in the U.K. are the 3 door SC versions.They're £500-£1000 cheaper than the 5 door equivalent. It would make sense to keep this on market, especially for the Ibiza.
I agree, I wonder if we'll see a 3 door next-gen Polo or A1? The A1 especially seems it was originally launched as a 3 door only car.
I for one will not be buying a 4 door Ibiza, small hatch backs do not look right with 4 doors.
Am I the only one who doesn't think the new look improves on the current one? Apart from you guys the predominant response seems to be indifference.