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Ibiza Xcellence Alloys

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk6 (2017-present)' started by Ross101, Jul 25, 2019.

  1. Ross101

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    Hi I have just purchased a 2019 1.0 115 Xcellence and I only have the 16 inch “design” alloy wheels. According to seats brochure the 17 inch alloys are standard on this model. Looking around pretty much every 2019 Xcellence models I can find has the same alloys. Anyone have any idea if seat have recently changed this? (See pics)

    I’m not massively bothered by it just curious! :happy:
     

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    The specs changed very recently (for the 2020 model year). Earlier Xcellence models had the wheels you have as standard, while the 17s were options at first and then with the 'EasyMove' changes they became the wheels on the Xcellence Lux. The Xcellence changed to have the Lux's alcantara interior and 17" wheels very recently (last couple of weeks) and lost a few spec items (ACC, camera, and front sensors IIRC).
     
  3. Ross101

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    Ah right that makes sense then! I would rather keep my ACC sensors and camera over the alcantara and wheels (I can always buy the bigger alloys and add them) . I think Seat need to update their brochure!

    Thanks for the reply!
     
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    I'm less fussy about the sensors and the camera, but ACC is the bomb. Absolutely love it.
     
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    Actually, the brochure you’re looking for is the old one from February. Anyway, have you found the tyre pressure sticker yet? Thanks,
     

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