My Drive: Seat Ibiza 1;5 evo Just a thought I had the other day. In this world of mass production. I have not owned a rare car as such. Would not really want too as spare parts my become an issue or expensive. : ( However my Ibiza with the 1.5 engine was not in production for long 8 months maybe a year??? Thankfully many other Seat and VW products share this engine. Arona, Leon, Polo, Golf, to name but a few. Not sure about Skoda's and Audis? Which means spares should be plentiful. I know the factory in Spain must be capable producing a hundreds a week? Yet at the time they where producing many models. Also in a time when new car sales was a bit slow to say the least. However due to the very short run before Seat decided to drop this line. It surely can not be many, compared to the three cylinder derivatives? Out of interest and curiosity can anybody put a figure to this? Many people seem to be disappointed they never got the chance to get a 4 cylinder 1.5 which has a nice smooth unstressed bigger car feel to it. Yet still very fugal on fuel. Are they sought after? Will this mean this derivative may hold its resale value better?